We can get a good photo and make it a great shot.
We can enhance the colour, correct the colours, fix any part of the photo to make it look the best it can.
We can also repair the old paper photos. If you have a damaged, even ripped paper photo, we can convert it to digital and restore it to new and send you the digital version so you can get it reprinted. If you would like us to, we can also organise it to be printed and sent to you.
We use Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom to change the look and feel of your photo.
I took this photo when we were in Dubai on the desert tour. The original image was ok, but as you can see, by adding some clouds, enhancing the colours and sharpening the photo up, it is now a great photo.
Double exposure photography is a technique that layers two different exposures on a single image, combining two photographs into one. Double exposure creates a surreal feeling for your photos, and the two photographs can work together to convey deep meaning or symbolism. A similar technique called “multiple exposure,” is when you combine more than two exposures in a single image.
As you can see, we can do both colour and black and white images.
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We can enhance you photos. If you have some great photos but the have unwanted backgrounds, or content that you want removed, we can fix these for you.
We can turn a good photo into a great photo.
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