Photo editing and correcting services

We can edit, remove parts, colour correct, retouch, improve and edit the colour grading of photos:

  • Apply a range of colour grading styles, like natural (for lifestyle or corporate organisations), light and airy (weddings), or moody (music events) for example.
  • Colour correct photos with large improvements over the original version.
  • Remove scratches, marks and unwanted parts in photos. 
  • Convert a colour photo into a range of greyscale styles. 

Uncorrected colour photograph of an industrial site showing yellow stairs and large chemical tanks on the left, with a haulage container and truck on the right, with the sky and trees in the background
Uncorrected colour photograph.
Corrected colour photograph of an industrial site showing yellow stairs and large chemical tanks on the left, with a haulage container and truck on the right, with the sky and trees in the background
Corrected colour photograph.

Client

Lifestyle writer.

Item

Photo book photography editing.

Services

Colour correcting, RAW workflow, retouching.

About the client

An American journalist and author.

Short outline of what we did for the client and project

Most RAW images from a camera need some colour correcting and editing. This photo had a subtle red colour cast and slight dullness over all the photo. We corrected the photo emphasising the natural aspects of the photo. The result was a clearer and more faithful photograph, further improving the original photo provided by the photographer, ready for high-resolution printing.

Original photo of a green hill in the front and blue sky in the background with a group of people standing on the top of this hill. No colour grading applied
Original photograph.
Colour corrected photo of a green hill in the front and blue sky in the background with a group of people standing on the top of this hill
Corrected colour photograph (enhancing natural colours).
Original photo of a green hill in the front and blue sky in the background with a group of people standing on the top of this hill. Vintage colour grading applied
Photograph using colour grade vintage (emphasis on old-looking photographs).
Original photo of woman on the left with bright orange sunglasses and yellow coat on, with torn pink posters on the light wall behind
Original photograph.
Colour grade added (lighter effect) photo of woman on the left with bright orange sunglasses and yellow coat on, with torn pink posters on the light wall behind
Photograph using colour grade exploration (emphasis on light, airy and pastel tones).
Original photo of festival people sitting on a hill, looking down the hill to the main stage. Light sunset and mountains in the background
Original photograph.

Colour grade added (moody and darker effect) photo of festival people sitting on a hill, looking down the hill to the main stage. Light sunset and mountains in the background
Photograph using colour grade Kodak Colour Pro (moody and more earthy emphasis on tones and light).

Client

Lifestyle magazine.

Item

Fashion book and website photography.

Services

Colour grading, image formatting.

About the client

The magazine is a premium quality monthly lifestyle magazine, targeting men and women who aspire to luxury and a fashion‑minded lifestyle.

Short outline of what we did for the client and project

Colour grading is a great way to add a feel and look to your photography, it can also be applied to enhance your corporate identity.

Uncorrected colour photograph of an industrial site showing yellow stairs and large chemical tanks on the left, with a haulage container and truck on the right, with the sky and trees in the background. This is 1st black and white example
Black and white colour grading example 1 (neutral even contrast).
Uncorrected colour photograph of an industrial site showing yellow stairs and large chemical tanks on the left, with a haulage container and truck on the right, with the sky and trees in the background. This is 2nd black and white example
Black and white colour grading example 2 (dark atmospheric contrast).

Client

Lifestyle writer.

Item

Photo book photography editing.

Services

Colour grading.

About the client

An American journalist and author.

Short outline of what we did for the client and project

Black and white photography has the power to add focus to the information within your photograph, focusing on its essence without distractions. 1 or 2 brand colours (duotones) can also be used in conjunction with it.

Photograph of a man's face in greyscale with a cool dark blue over the top
Duotone example 1 (dark blue and black) cool and sophisticated.
Photograph of a man's face in greyscale with a cool dark green over the top
Duotone example 2 (bright blue and bright green) to adhere with corporate colours.

Client

An individual.

Item

Portrait mugshot editing.

Services

Photo correcting, image formatting.

About the client

Individual entrepreneurial business professional.

Short outline of what we did for the client and project

Photographs can be used and communicated in different ways. The use of duotones can help to focus and brand photographic communication, as well as add a different feel or mood to photography.

Photograph of an electrical device which looks faded
Before colour cast correction.
Photograph of an electrical device which has had the black and white points corrected
After colour cast correction.

Client

Ashcroft

Item

Catalogue photographs.

Services

Photo correcting.

About the client

Founded over 165 years ago they are leading pressure and temperature instrumentation manufacturer, maintaining operations with over 235 channel partners in 55 countries.

Short outline of what we did for the client and project

Most of the time, photographs can be largely improved from the camera’s RAW file. We improved many photos for their catalogue, getting the most out of their photographic material.

3 results of photo correcting and editing by us

  • An even better photo from the camera’s RAW file.
  • More accurate, better colour rendering and communication in printed and electronic rendering.
  • Better and more precise branding and tone of photographic communication.