The Return of Jesse James (Photoshop Restoration)

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The Return of Jesse James (Photoshop Restoration)

A re-upload following interminable ad revenue problems which for this video have been resolved. PRINTS NOW AVAILABLE! Project requested by user Kennova01 Jesse Woodson James (September 5, 1847 - April 3, 1882) was born in Clay County, Missouri, the middle child between older brother Frank and younger sister Susan. Clay County, or Little Dixie at that time was right on the dividing line between the Confederate and Union states, which made it a scene of turmoil after the Kansas-Nebraska Act divided the pro-slavery and anti-slavery populations in an ever-growing blood feud which helped spark the Civil War. Jesse's older brother Frank joined the confederate (Southern) forces, which soon led to his volunteering to join the guerrilla organization, which 16-year old Jesse also joined. As guerrillas, Frank and Jesse were soon part of numerous massacres and ambushes to Union troops, during which time Jesse received the first of two life-threatening chest wounds. Even after the Civil War had ended, there was so much bitter blood within the community that continued animosity between the North and South began the path toward other crimes.such as robbery. The systematic robbing and shooting of high-profile Union banks and their Union employees and patrons made Jesse and Frank notorious former guerrilla Confederates who had gone vigilante in seeking out and murdering Union members for their war crimes, whether real or imagined. It didn't take long for a hefty price to be put on the James' brothers heads as their crimes became more daring. Eventually, Frank parted ways with Jesse to lay low and save his own hide, but Jesse still had a taste for the outlaw life, and recruited two brothers, Charley and Robert Ford, to join his gang. Jesse was unaware that Robert had been secretly negotiating with the governor of Missouri to bring Jesse down for a generous reward. On April 3, 1882, while preparing to leave the house for another robbery, Robert Ford caught Jesse with his back turned straightening a picture on the wall and fired directly at the back of Jesse's head, killing him instantly. The two previous chest wounds, three inches apart near the right nipple, and the missing first joint of the middle finger of his left hand positively identified the body as belonging to Jesse James. He was 34. *This restoration takes a drastic turn from most, as it was generally thought that Jesse James was nearly blonde from the almost nonexistent eyebrows in this particular portrait. Other photos of him, however, betray a much darker shade of hair and beard, and equally dark and defined eyebrows, even when the rest of the photo was washed out from the flash of the bulb. History describes his hair as a dark, sandy color. Many elements of this portrait are washed out and clearly much lighter than they originally were, such as the shirt details and faded jacket. Once everything was placed back in relative contrast, using other photos as a guide, the result is shown here. Music Info: Artist: M.A. Ludwig Song: Dark Sunset Composer & Rights Owner: M.A. Ludwig Date of Creation: June 2, 2012

Comments to the video: The Return of Jesse James (Photoshop Restoration)

Jane Doe 4 months ago
Handsome!
RedHeaded Damsel 6 months ago
Hmmmm you should try certain Characters from Tombstone.the historic version of course.🤔🤔🤔😃😃😃😃😃
tlg tlg 8 months ago
They say Jesse James married his first cousin and had children??
george hlinko 4 years ago
Outside of some freaking facial hair there was no change.
Til williams 5 years ago
cool
DiLynch 5 years ago
Jesse James looks like Kevin Bacon.
LRayart 5 years ago
It's amazing how lifelike they are after the restorations. He reminds me a little of Jude Law