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The Progression

Post by Karen on Thu 17 Mar 2011 - 19:47

Now I will present in a montage exactly how I arrived at the appearance of Winifred Davies, from the discovery of her eyes to her whole facial appearance:

First I began with this photo:



Then I rotated the photo like this:



Now, here's where the magic happens. Here is what happens after I auto adjust the photo:



Progression to be continued...


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Re: Enhanced Crime Scene Photos

Post by Karen on Thu 17 Mar 2011 - 20:22

Then I resize the photo to 200x209:

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Then add some leveling, contrast, backlight, bloom, smart blur (clear skin), and noise reduction (clear skin) until the photo looks like this:

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The next step is to crop the photo to remove the flap of cheek skin that is hanging down on her left (our right) side.

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Then I add yellow color to enhance her eyes, using saturation, color and level to arrive at this:

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Then, comes the hardest part - retouching the photo with a kind of white-out tool (retouch tool) to fill out the darkened bloodstains, hanging piece of eyebrow, slashes, gashes, torn skin, etc...

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The last step was to add a sepia color to smooth out the retouching, like so:

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The final result after all this work is this (with an added frame):

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Re: Enhanced Crime Scene Photos

Post by Karen on Fri 18 Mar 2011 - 6:20

I narrowed her nose and found her natural light pink lipline:

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Re: Enhanced Crime Scene Photos

Post by Karen on Sun 20 Mar 2011 - 6:36

The beautiful Mary Jane Kelly reconstructed:

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Catherine Eddowes

Post by Karen on Sun 3 Apr 2011 - 14:49

The following photo took a great deal of time to enhance. The photo was either extremely dirty or some one might have actually scribbled with pen or marker on the photo. As I was retouching the photo the dark sections were smearing into a purple color and then a blue color, which is indicative of the way in which blue ink ages over time by turning into a purple color.I will show proof of this later on:

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Re: Enhanced Crime Scene Photos

Post by Karen on Sun 3 Apr 2011 - 14:55

In this photo, if you look at the woman's hair, you can see that her natural hair color is really blonde, and quite obviously the black scribbling/stains do not look natural. The entire photo was covered with this black color, which turned into purple and blue simultaneously. Very peculiar!

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Tampered Photos?

Post by Karen on Mon 4 Apr 2011 - 10:55

As I begin to remove the hideous black color from the photograph, you can clearly see the color smearing onto other areas of the face. This was not the case when I was doing the exact same thing to Kelly's face.

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Then, as I continue to remove the black coloring, you can clearly see a purple color emerging. This is indicative of old ink that has broken down over a long period of time.

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Finally, as I continue to remove these black scribbles, you can then see the blue color of the original ink pen or marker smearing.

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So, what does all this work tell us? It tells us:

a.) This is not a photograph of Catherine Eddowes.
b.) This is the photo of a much younger woman.
c.) The woman in this photograph is blonde, not dark-haired.
d.) The woman has more of a Scandinavian appearance, much like Elizabeth Stride. Could this woman have been murdered because she had been mistaken for Stride? Or, was this photo of an entirely different series of murders that were perhaps similar in nature, thus were used for comparison purposes?

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Re: Enhanced Crime Scene Photos

Post by Karen on Thu 7 Apr 2011 - 21:25

I found her mouth

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Re: Enhanced Crime Scene Photos

Post by Karen on Sat 9 Apr 2011 - 19:59

This photo, to which I gave a great deal of yellow saturation, shows the angry black scribbles of make-shift hair, which was done by a person or persons unknown:

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Mary Jane O'Brien?

Post by Karen on Thu 14 Apr 2011 - 20:31

This photo took a great deal of time to enhance as well. As I began to retouch the photo, I discovered a picture/portrait of a red-haired woman underneath the body of Catherine Eddowes. Is this Mary Jane O'Brien/Kelly?

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All work on photo was performed by Karen Trenouth

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