Legless!!

 

Sami Brought me this wonderful old photo for restoration. He had thought that the photo had been lost forever. But when clearing out behind his fridge one day, there it was. After 20 years it was found. But in a sorry state. the entire lower half of the photo had to be completely rebuilt. So using Photoshop and by stealing parts from other photos I was able to rebuild the legs and the feet to complete the photo and make a wonderful framed photo to go back on display. The frame was from factory frames.

photo restoration black and white

Medium restoration $150 plus prints

Is this good as New?!!

 

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
– Ann

Black and White photo restoration

Medium level photo restoration $120 plus prints.

Removing the scribbles

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. 
photo restoration

pen marks removed from digitized copy of a water colour painting

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I have updated the website and now have a few new features and speed improvements. This is all to help with the ongoing success of PixelFIX photo restoration services website. Please let me know your thoughts and please let us know how we can make the service better. I use Weebly to help build my website.

The winning team!

Team photos are often saved for posterity and are a cherished part of our history. But often they become damaged over time and mold and mildew can eat away at the surface. This was the case with this team photo from Wendy. The mounting board became damp and the mold and mildew was eating away at this wonderful old team photo. It was badly in need of restoration before the damage became too severe.

Hello Richard, I’m happy with the restoration and yes you are welcome to 
use it for demonstration.

Picture

heavy photo restoration $140 plus printing

Get Ready For Mothers Day

oldOn Mothers Day why not give a special gift that can be cherished forever. Nothing can be more special than memories. Recapture that wonderful moment by restoring a long  forgotten old photograph and watch the smiles as the memory comes to life again. Get a FREE QUOTE now and have that special gift ready. 

Call International Rescue!!

Over the year I have received many inquiries from other countries. Last month I got these old black and white photos from Marilyn in Tahiti. She was visiting from Tahiti and her son had found my webpage online and recommend that she visited me whilst she was here. I had a limited time to restore these wonderful photos of hers. There was lots of red discolouration and the surface was badly damaged, but I think we had a very successful photo repair and she was very happy with the result.

I am happy about the work. – Marilyn | Tahiti

Another Great Review

Colin From Auckland brought in this wonderful old wedding photo that he wanted to restore for his wife as an anniversary present. This was the only colour photo from their wedding day and as such was a very precious memory. In Photoshop I was able to fix up the colour and remove the small marks and blemishes. The finished photo restoration was then framed in a simple but stylish white frame. Colin was so pleased with the result that he gave this wonderful review on Google.


I found a small, torn, badly marked and scratched colour photo at my mother-in-law’s home that depicted my wife Charmaine and I on our wedding day in 1972.
The photo is special because, although taken by a friend using a small Instamatic camera as we sat in the wedding car, it is the only colour photo we have of our wedding because all the professionally-taken colour photos did not come out due to a fault with the photographer’s camera.
I took the damaged small photo to Richard at PixelFix and he restored it beautifully to the stage where he was able to provide us with an enlarged print within a nice white frame which has pride of place on our mantelpiece.
I presented it to Charmaine for our wedding anniversary and she was absolutely thrilled with the superbly restored and vastly improved photo.
Colin Taylor
Commercial Property Editor
New Zealand Herald

Wedding Photo Restoration

Colour Wedding Photo Restoration

Could be in a spot of bother here!

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. 

Hi Richard
 Thanks so much.
You did a wonderful job and I will have the pleasure of showing the rest of the family next week.
– Ruth

Photo Restoration

Large over sized photo restoration $180 plus prints.

Christmas is coming!

It is almost here, Christmas I mean. But whilst there may only be 1 month to go before the madness is over there is still time to get those old photos restored and made into wonderful Christmas presents. I will be taking order for restorations up until the last week before Christmas. The new courier service I am using will ensure everyone gets there finished restorations in time for Christmas.

Below is a great photo that I have restored for Kaylm and he was very happy to have this restored and I’m sure it will make a wonderful Christmas present

BIGGER and BETTER!!

Everett brought in a wonderful old aerial photo taken of the Botany Downs area in Auckland, from way back in the 50’s. He was looking to make this old photo into a canvas to go on his wall. It was originally black and white but was then hand painted to make it look like a colour photo.  It was loosing its colour and was fading. So I restored the photo and produced a large 30″ x 40″ canvas that he now has displayed up on his wall. Below is the finished product. A large hand stretched cotton canvas on a wooden frame with full UV protective coating. This now looks full of colour and will last for many years to come.

Large canvas restoration

Large canvas 30″ x 40″ $390 scanning and restoration cost $120

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