A highland fling!
This looks amazing. My husband was really pleased, as photo of his Dad and Uncle.
Will put the money through for you tonight
Most happy, thanks
Kind regards Shiree
When Lance brought me this sad looking photo from his companies offices for restoration, it had almost disappeared! For some unknown reason the original photo had all of the background removed.
Something from nothing much.
So a lot of Photoshop retouching was needed to replace the background insert a new sky, houses, wires, telegraph poles and walls. The original photo photo also had been hand coloured, this also need to be restored. Below is the finished result.
If you’d like to know a little more about the story of Wilcock’s Teas (now trading as http://www.beverageservices.co.nz/ ) over at this interesting website https://longwhitekid.wordpress.com/2013/06/24/taking-time-back-wilcocks-teas/
Wow! It’s the first week of March already, I wonder where the time goes? Well I know where the last 2 weeks has gone.
Just in time for Christmas
I wanted to thank you for restoring my photo, looks great.
Keep up the good work 🙂
This was a disappointment
That looks great! Thanks so much. – Lueresia
photo restoration services
It is always nice to know that the work I do is enjoyed by others and it is making others happy. Kirsty wrote recently on my Facebook page for PixelFIX Photo Restoration services. Click here to read more from my Facebook Page. The restoration was a very large A1 poster of a Ducati motor bike. It was faded and creased with a few tears here and there. But by using Photoshop I was able to restore this wonderful poster.
Richard did an amazing job of restoring a vintage Ducati poster which was a birthday present for my husband. Perfection! My husband was over the moon! Thanks Richard.
How did this happen?
Good afternoon thank you the photo looks great. I will make payment this afternoon. Cheers Fleur
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