I am presenting a session at a national genealogical conference next spring. The subject is historic photograph restoration within the capabilities of Paint.NET. (It is not a users' guide to Paint.NET.)
If anyone is willing to give feedback about the extended syllabus (37 pages!), I would greatly appreciate it. Most of you know more about Paint.NET or photograph restoration than I do.
Presentations are 60 minutes and the official syllabus can be no longer than 4 pages. I have to limit the number of topics, techniques, and plugins I mention. But I'd like to know if I've really missed the mark.
The syllabus is currently in outline form, but I wanted your feedback before I reduce it to paragraph form.
The syllabus in PDF format is available at https://dl.dropbox.com/u/40666431/Do%20It%20Yourself%20Photo%20Restoration%202013-01-01.pdf
Thank you very much,
The Ancestry Insider