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Fire exit sign in just the wrong place? Perhaps a distracting light switch, or other background element. Against a plain background, these are fairly quick to remove.
The more people in an image, the more difficult it is to get them all looking perfect. Images from an identical setup were combined to have everyone facing the right direction.
The bodice on this beautiful young bride’s dress broke early in the day, but removing the shadows and creases made sure it didn’t notice in her finished photographs.
Looking for something a little more unusual? This young lady had seen an effect she loved, which turned a standard portrait into a work of art which looks stunning on a box canvas.
© Nigel Downton
The locations for group shots were limited at this wedding, but these shots benefited from the blankets being removed, and the background tidied up.
© Dan Johnson
Isn’t it a shame when your favourite photograph is spoiled by flare from the flash. This image had the background rebuilt, and the tones adjusted.
© Paul A. McFarlane
What do you do when the couple’s favourite photograph has extra people in it? You remove them! Additional images taken in the same location were also provided, in order to rebuild the background to match.
© Carlton Watt
Now here’s an interesting party invitation! An additional column was added, the background rebuilt, and a recent photograph turned into a statue.