As a digital photo restorer I use Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom to repair tears, scratches, and other types of damage, as well as to correct issues such as fading and discoloration. I have an eye for detail and are able to carefully match colors and tones to ensure that the restored photograph looks as close to the original as possible.
In addition to restoring photographs, I am skilled in photo colorization. This is the process of adding color to black and white photographs, and it requires an attention to detail. I study the original photograph and use a combination of software tools and artistic techniques to add color in a way that looks natural and true to the original scene. I also take into account the color of clothing, hair, and other elements in the photograph and make sure that the final image looks consistent and believable.
Prices are based on the time I estimate an order would take us to restore it, due to its damage.
Estimates and/or analysis are FREE. You will only have to pay if you agree with the estimate.
Price list is based on files up to 3600 x 2400 pixels saved in JPG format. That size is larger than the one needed to get 16 x 20. inches prints; taking as reference the resolution recommendations of Shutterfly.com and Ofoto.com. Images bigger than that could be charged extra.
Most restoration prices go from US $ 19.95 up to US $ 79.95, but in special cases (i.e. major damages) it may be higher.
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