Technical Image Editing Services UK
Our professional photo manipulation service offers a flexible range of merging, adaptation, clipping and pre-press solutions. We are based in the UK, we never outsource and all image editing is done in-house. We use a combination of the latest versions of Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator to create ultra-realistic, press-quality, high resolution images.
Since 1996, we have worked along side the following industries to deliver the very best in professional photo retouching and editing:
- Product & Graphic Designers
- Fashion & Wedding Photographers
- Publishers from the Automotive Industry
Why our Adobe Photoshop services stand out from the competition
Digital image editor: James Middleton
James is our sole Adobe specialist and has been using both Photoshop and Illustrator since the 1990’s. He also lectures in photo retouching and image editing at several universities, science parks and many business within the UK. He has received credit from a number of Photography and Adobe Photoshop magazines as well as an interview as a guest on BBC Radio 4’s PM Show with Eddie Mair.
James has continually shown a passion for anything Adobe and is a master at everything Photoshop. He has carried a number of roles during his long career: Digital Imaging Specialist, Adobe Lecturer/Tutor, Creative Art-worker, Advertisement Manager and Graphic Designer. James has also worked on images for Land Rover, Jaguar and BMW, converting dashboards and exterior images from right to left hand drive. This involved advance image manipulation using both Photoshop and Illustrator.
If you are would like to know more about any of our photo editing or retouching services, please get in touch by calling: 01626 863 367.
Our services also cover the domestic market. For more information, visit our photo retouching services page.
A Photo Manipulator at Work
The following film was captured as photo-manipulation expert, James Middleton worked on a sample wedding photo. The film was then speeded up x10. Enjoy! Please expand this YouTube video to full screen to see it all in detail.