To commemorate the 100th anniversary of World War One, I was commissioned by the Board of Directors of the Dundas Museum to produce life size graphics images of three prominent local men from Dundas, who bravely signed up to fight for King and Country.  The challenge was to scan and restore the original photographs (approx. 6" x 4") and then enlarge them to full size (almost 6 feet) whilst still maintaining the resolution of the originals.  The final results, which were subsequently laminated, are now on display at the Museum at Dundas, Ontario.

  James Bertram 5' 11"  

Left: Leonard Bertram 5' 11"  

Charles Mitson 5' 3"

Below: the enlarged images after being laminated; at this point they still needed to have the base's made up so that they could stand up on their own.

 

And here they are in their pride of place in the Dundas Museum