Found this squidoo page on photo restoration software, gives a good overview of the options.

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Been looking at different photo restoration services, and three decent ones are hollywoodphotofix, amerphotorestoration(link) and photo restoration school. I think the most important difference between all services are the price. Some of the companies charge a lot more for the same amount of work, for example some charge $15 for a minor restoration while others charge $80.

So I’m trying to learn photo restoration to restore my old family photos. It’s kinda tricky when you don’t have that much experience with computers, but I’m making progress. I have this old photograph of my grandmother which is torn into three pieces that I’m now trying to piece together! It’s challenging but sooooo rewarding! I’ll sure post the photo when I’m done!

I’m using GIMP as the photo restoration software of choice, it’s free which is good because I can’t afford Photoshop. It probably has a higher learning curve but I feel it’s worth it.