Each photo restoration project involves assessing the damage on each image we receive. There is only one artist..and that is me, Neil owner of Restorapic. I work with the customer from beginning to end, from assessment to the final composition.
The process I use goes beyond any technology and software that’s readily available. I am highly skilled in photo restoration and photo editing. Other Photo Restoration services can use multiple artists resulting in the final composition costs add up. I do have vast experience, skill and keen eye to get you the best result.
Factors Which Can Affect the Cost of Your Photo Restoration
The detailed service we offer takes a personal and experienced approach to repair your image. Here’s some factors that can influence the price:
1) The Extent of the Damage
From slightly sun-faded family portraits, to patches of water damage and even images that have almost completely disintegrated. More complex damage does take extra time and expertise, so the price will vary depending on how the image is affected. On more complex photos I do tend to work in short periods over a number of days to avoid the dreaded image blindless.
2) How Much Research is Required?
If an image is badly faded or ripped, sometimes it does take a little research to authentically recreate the missing segment of the photo. Textures, lighting and shadows also play a part in the recreation.
So, How Much Does Photo Restoration Cost?
The answer to this question varies depending on the quality and damage. Prices for our Photo Restoration Service start at the equivalent of €12, while the prices increase as more work is required on the photo. However, I will give you a quote first … so no surprises.
High-end photo restoration doesn’t need to be overly expensive and I will always try to keep photo restoration accessible to all and never cut back on quality in the intricate work I do.
At the end of the day you are the one to decide to purchase or not.