Image Restoration

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Service used: Image Restoration
Turnaround Time: 3 business days (depending on order instructions)
Price: 4.00 EUR

Available service options

Almost everybody has worn-out prints and images of people they care about lying around in their homes that they would love to have restored.  However, restoring them yourself can be very exhausting and time-consuming. As you may know, we specialize in various areas of photography and are always looking for new services to offer to you, our clients. One of these services is our image restoration service. This means that for only a few Euro per image, you can send your scanned photos to us and we will digitally restore them for you.

Restorations are possible in black and white as well as colored images. We remove scratches, bends, and stains. Additionally, we correct the tones of black and white as well as sepia photos. Very impressive is also the coloration of black and white images! To find out more – have a look at our [blog post] about image restoration.

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.

Available service options Free Trials

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