I offer a wide range of photo editing services from a simple spot and blemish removal, red-eye removal, damaged photo restoration, promotional photo editing and almost everything else in between. In the past, I have been commissioned to produce and edit band images for promotional use. In addition, I have also been commissioned to bring old photos back to life be it from years of sun, scratches or accidental damage.
I primarily use Adobes Photoshop software and a graphics tablet to perform my detailed editing, however, I do have a range of software and various hardware options to cater for most image editing jobs.
I work on a per hour basis for photographic editing. Contact me now to discuss your photo editing project. Please describe the best you can what is needing to be done, include photo samples and example photos if needed.
Examples: Please note all images on my website are heavily compressed to reduce the file size, speed and loading images is a key factor in web design and SEO. Final images delivered to the client will be in high resolution.
Example: Movie Posters using your loved one’s faces.
Here I photoshopped people into movie posters that they love. A perfect personalised gift.
Example : Restoring a damaged baby image.
The image was originally housed in a glass frame which had been broken resulting in the damaged image. The project aim was to remove all deep scratches from the image.
Example : Create a serious of images with an exciting visual impact.
Original images were supplied by the band “The Fall of Eve”. I took the images/ photographs and edited each individually, creating around ten edited images. I compiled a few of these edited images into the photo montage below.
Example : A fun promotional poster edit for The MMA Show.
I took the top two images and combined them to make the third image. The third image appears to have Connor MacGregor facing off against Scotlands Stevie Ray.
Example : Big Robbs Hot Sauce Promo edit.
I was commissioned to make a poster for the launch of the Himalayan salt grinders. The image is made out of a number of other images to give the illusion the salt shakers are deep in the mountains.