I Identified Relatives in a Faded Photo Thanks to MyHeritage Photo Tools – MyHeritage April 20, 2021

I saw this on MyHeritage recently – I Identified Relatives in a Faded Photo Thanks to MyHeritage Photo Tools: https://blog.myheritage.com/2021/04/i-identified-relatives-in-a-faded-photo-thanks-to-myheritage-photo-tools/. Slightly longer article. 

 by Esther April 20, 2021 Family History

Longtime MyHeritage user Eliška Potužníková, 24, of the Czech Republic, had a breakthrough on a previously unidentified photo thanks to the MyHeritage photo tools. Her experience beautifully illustrates how the Photo Enhancer and MyHeritage In Color™ are more than just fun ways to connect with your ancestors — they can be valuable genealogical tools as well. This is Eliška’s story.

I grew up in the place where my maternal grandpa was born: Slavošovice, a small village near Klatovy in the Czech Republic. My parents, my brother, and I always loved to hear my grandpa’s stories about his family and his life. My mum showed me a hand-sketched family tree when I was 10 — just 3 generations for both of her parents, and my paternal grandpa started sharing stories about his life around that time as well. He showed us hundreds of photos of his ancestors and relatives and the places where they lived.

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