Basic Photo Editing

If you have been keeping your old photographs in a box in the loft, now is the time to get them repaired by our professional team.

Basic Photo Editing improvements include;

  • Fading

  • Colour Loss 

  • Sharpness & Clarity

 

Basic Photo Editing
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Provide photo's, verses, loved one's details & purchase.

Your personalised design proof will be emailed on the next working day.

Our Price:  £12.00
Upload Photo:

Upload your photo's and let our team work there magic. Depending on the complexity of the work restoration required, allow up to 5 working days for a proof. Once completed we can normally email a jpeg file for your future use should you decide to purchase photo prints.



 
Pick your design, over 1000 beautiful templates  
Personalise your design by providing photo’s, details & verses  
Purchase your design via our secure SSL Checkout  
Preview your design proof, emailed next working day  

 

 

 

 


Order In A Few Simple Steps

Once your order has been received a personalised design will be created by in-house design team. A sample proof will emailed on the next working day for perusal which can also be shared with family members. For added 'peace of mind' content revisions are also included to help you achieve the desired outcome. Finally upon your instructions the order will be printed & dispatched.

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Sunday, 27 December 2020  | 

Thank you for your suggestion, the memorial card was lovely.

Restoring Beautiful Memories

 

   
Faded Photo Repair   Old Photo Repair   B&W Photo Colourised   Object Removal
How To Copy Your Old Photo's

To ensure the best possible print results we strongly advise and recommend that customers use photos no lower than 300dpi. In short the higher the DPI (dots per inch), the sharper the image will be. You get more detail and greater resolution from an image with higher DPI. A lower DPI will produce an image with fewer dots in printing, meaning lower quality, possibly blurring or pixelation. 

By Scanner

 

By Camera

Scan at 300dpi (res)
Scan at the same size 
Set to high quality Jpeg

 

Take the photo square on
No flash with good light & focus
At the maximum file size