Digital Image Editing

Digital Editing of Customer Files

Art Reproduction, Photo Restoration & Image Editing

Digital editing is almost inevitable for many of our customers and clients.  When images are supplied by you, the customer, we usually begin by balancing the colors, removing spots, stains, wrinkles, rips etc. and proofing so that you can make sure the resulting image is made to your satisfaction.

For photo restorations, we begin by inspecting the print that needs to be restored..Is there mold on the print, glass or frame?  If so, we will need special gear to remove the mold in an outdoor environment before scanning.

The sooner we begin the scanning process the better. We have had prints come in for a digital image capture and literally be falling apart, flaking and disintegrating right before our eyes. We need to capture that image professionally so that the memories or family history that go along with it can be preserved forever.

Consultations by appointment are FREE For first time customers.  After our first meeting we do offer consultations for $150 per hour, however if we are discussing your work in regards to an order you are placing this fee may be reduced or waived.

We can work with your digital files, but often find that they need extensive color correction or digital enhancement. Digital editing is charged at a rate of $150.00 per hour charged in 1/2 hour increments. ($75.00) This might include but not be limited to:

  • Cropping
  • Color Correction
  • Re-sizing for print
  • Sharpening
  • Proofing
  • Removing unwanted details or adding missing details
  • Spot and Dust Removal
  • Adding text or copyright information
  • Digital Coaching

Customer supplied files proofed

If you have done your own image capture or have had one done, we will be happy to print your file. If you require a proof before printing we will provide you with a small proof at cost. If you require further color correction after seeing a proof, then the digital editing cost will apply.

Man will begin to recover the moment he takes art as seriously as physics, chemistry or money.  ~Ernst Levy