Image Processing



Why outsource your digital image processing?

Having both the time and expertise to get the best from your digital images can be challenging. Whether you simply do not have the time or are looking for the very best results we can help.

By using our services you can save precious time which you could use to:

  • Spend more time on what you do best – taking photographs
  • Work on growing your business
  • Spend more time with your friends and family
  • Take some well-earned time off

Services

Working in a colour-managed environment (NEC MultiSync Spectraview II) we can optimise your images using the following adjustments:

  • White balance (colour correction)
  • Exposure adjustment
  • Cropping and aligning (to create a more pleasing composition)
  • Retouching (e.g. sensor dust, skin imperfections etc.)
  • Optical distortions (e.g. correcting lens distortions)
  • Noise reduction
  • Sharpening

We can also process your images to create a number of different creative effects including:

  • Colour treatments (e.g. Black and white, Sepia etc.)
  • High Dynamic Range (HDR)
  • Digital frames
  • Vignetting

Take a look at the tabs above to view some examples of the types of results we can produce.

Interested to find out more about what we can do with your images? Get in touch via the Contact page.


With our RAW image processing we can batch process your RAW files to give you the results you are looking for.

Our cost effective service includes as standard:

  • White balance (colour correction)
  • Exposure adjustment
  • Cropping and aligning (to create a more pleasing composition)
  • Correcting lens distortions
  • Noise reduction
  • Output sharpening

We can give a consistent look and feel to sets of images and process your files to give them a particular style (see examples below).

RAW image montage
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RAW image montage
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Interested to find out more about what we can do with your images? Get in touch via the Contact page.

We can process your portrait photographs employing a variety of techniques to deliver great results.

Some of the techniques used to create the final image below include:

  • Soften skin
  • Local exposure adjustment to bring out colour and detail in the eyes and lips
  • Clone out skin imperfections
  • Clone out fly-away hairs
  • Lens distortion correction
  • Image noise reduction
  • Output sharpening

Compare the original and processed images below.

original

processed

Interested to find out more about what we can do with your images? Get in touch via the Contact page.

This example illustrates some of the core image processing techniques that we can use to process your images.

As you can see there are some obvious issues with the original image to address including exposure, white balance, and camera sensor dust.

In the processed version of the image the following adjustments have been made:

  • White balance
  • Exposure adjustment
  • Cloned out sensor dust
  • Lens distortion corrected
  • Output sharpening

Compare the original and processed images below.

original

processed

Interested to find out more about what we can do with your images? Get in touch via the Contact page.

This example demonstrates the use of multiple exposures to create high dynamic range (HDR) images.

The original image shows one of three exposures used to create the final processed image. In high contrast scenes the camera’s dynamic range is typically not large enough to be able to record all the detail in both the shadows and highlights. Through processing multiple exposures we can create dramatic HDR images.

Techniques used to process this image:

  • HDR – blending multiple exposures
  • White balance
  • Exposure adjustment
  • Lens distortion correction
  • Image noise redution
  • Output sharpening

Compare the original and processed images below.

original

processed

Interested to find out more about what we can do with your images? Get in touch via the Contact page.

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