Urshila brought in this wonderful wedding photo taken in 1978 to be restored. The photo had some discolouration from ageing and Urshila wanted the highlights removed from the back wall area. The photo restoration process consisted of correcting the colour using curves adjustment layers and a selective colour correction layer was added to remove the discolouration. Then all that remained was to use the healing and cloning tools to remove the highlights. I printed out a nice large A3 photo for them to go back up on the wall.
Urshila was so happy with her photo restoration that she was kind enough to add a review on google you can read about it here.
Wow that looks great!
Richard has done a great job restoring my parents old wedding picture. He did it within a week and there were no hassles at all. Great communication and 5 star work!
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Shinoy sent through his photo that he wanted some retouching work done. He was so pleased with the results he added this review to Google.
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One again thank you so much for the touch up. Definitely recommend you to others and use ur service again
Ann Sent me through this wonderful photo and it was in pretty bad condition. It was black and white but with many creases and surface damage which really did spoil the photo. Without restoration it would have eventually come apart and be lost forever. But using Photoshop and many hours of patient work, we have restored this to be good as new!
Thanks for an awesome job. It is my mother and eldest sister and is precious as we have very few photos of mum so young. I’m going to put up on Ancestry.com
Ruth sent me a batch of these wonderful old prints to be restored and as you can see, they are very badly spotted. this is a very common problem here in New Zealand and in Auckland in particular, due to the constant humidity and dampness during the winter months. But using Photoshop and by isolating the red and yellow channels I was able to remove the spots and restore these wonderful photos back to a presentable condition.
John asked me to remove the pen marks and scribbles from this wonderful old water colour painting that his grandfather had done back in the first world war. Using a combination of channel mixing and the spot removal tool i was able to completely remove the blue pen marks and restore this painting back to its original state. It can now be enjoyed for many years to come.
This photo restoration is from a large batch of photos that I restored of the All Blacks Rugby team photos throughout the last 40 years. As the All Blacks play the Lions at Eden Park tomorrow, I thought this example would be quite appropriate. The original is badly faded and discoloured. The restored photo will be going back up on display in the Peonamo Hotel.
Jenny asked for just the lady to be restored and printed as a separate photo. With some magic Photoshop work I was able to cut out the lady and restore the photo, make it black and white again and make a new background so that the photo is able to be displayed again and enjoyed for many years to come.
The photo looks great thank you.
Tony had competed at a very high level but only had this very small 'contact sheet' image from which he wanted me to make a decent sized photo print. The black and white contact print also had some damage and neg number in written on the image. a staple mark also needed to be removed. But after restoring this photo in photo shop I was able to produce and proper sized photo for Tony to put on display.
I am a professional Photographer and Photo Restoration Artist. I am very passionate about importance of photographs. They have a very personal nature and an ability to provide a window to the past. Please see more examples of my work at www.pixelfix.co.nz