What do you do when the couple’s favourite photograph has extra people in it? Cropping the shot would ruin the composition, and the couple’s memory of the moment. Using our skills we were able remove those extra people, without compromising the favoured shot. Additional images taken in the same location had also been provided, so we were able to rebuild the background to match in with the original photograph.
© Carlton Watt
Maybe you’ve captured a great shot, but there’s something in the picture that just doesn’t belong. Here, some mats had been placed down on the grass in order to protect the ladies shoes and dresses. The mats may have been practical, but their inclusion ruins the photo. We removed the mats and replaced them with grass.
© Dan Johnson
Here’s another example where undesirable objects needed removing; the yellow garden hose snaking across the lawn and a large trampoline on the left hand side of the picture were both made to disappear.
© David Bostock
A proud Dad, his daughter – and sun flare that spoiled his smart suit and the shot! So, flare removed.