Over this past weekend Daylight Savings Time showed us, once again, how much time affects and impacts our lives. As we go through the week trying to re-adjust to the hour change, you may also want to consider how time is affecting your printed photos. If you have any pictures that have faded, ripped or worn down over time, then send them to us to be re-touched and restored. You won’t want to deny those precious moments their chance to really shine.
This damaged photo is of the father of two very important brothers and inventors. Can you guess who?
A general rule for beautiful images is to plan your photo shoot for early morning or late afternoon because softer shadows equate to less contrast in your scene and more flattering light for your subject. Read more.
Sure, you can save a photo as your smartphone’s background, but did you know you could make a case covering out of your photos, too? Check it out.
“The photo I sent you of the men standing by the boat I thought was non-restorable. I could not believe you could fix this print. Everyone I show it to is amazed. Many thanks.” –Don D., San Leandro, CA
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