Service used: Black & White Fine Art Masking
Turnaround Time: approx. 3 business days for 2 images
Price: Request a quote
Black & white fine art photography has come a long way. Photographer Joel Tjintjelaars, a pioneer in this field, has designed elaborate post-processing techniques to create authentic pieces of art. Over the years, Joel’s workflow has seen many new technical and theoretical developments to make black and white fine art photography easier and more efficient for everyone. One of the recent developments is a black & white fine art masking service for ProImageEditors, developed by Joel himself. That service alone saves hours of work for preparing the elaborate masks necessary but will still keep you in full control over your images.
To achieve Joel’s particular style, a very detailed and perfectionist image editing is necessary. While Joel’s Photoshop panels help to save a lot of time, the required masks for different parts of the architectural images might be tiresome. That is the reason why Joel and ProImageEditors teamed up and created a unique editing service!
By outsourcing the masking to us, you save hours and hours of editing work. This way, you can focus on the artistic and fun side of photography. Our customers also experience improvements in the quality of masks after starting outsourcing with us. You get better results and more time – it’s a win-win situation!
To learn more about this service have a look at this blog post!
Workflow tips: To start the outsourcing of your image editing, we recommend our free trial. Additionally, you have the possibility of ordering a free of charge trial editing. This means that team will choose random images and edit them according to your briefing. Before they proceed to work on the whole batch, the team will send you some examples of their editing, which you will need to approve for them to move on with the rest. This option is convenient for the beginning – however, when all processing is running smoothly, it is no longer required and slows done your orders. Furthermore, we have a whole series of YouTube videos [here] available for you to learn more about our workflow.