A wonderful shot of all the grandchildren together deserved less clutter in the background.
Heavy shade left these photos under-exposed. A picture of the kids with Mom and Dad and another
with the grandparents were combined to get everyone and Mickey Mouse together.
A great photo but the guy in the back was just a passerby! Photo editing removed him as well as
the post coming out of the second person's head ... and the date stamp.
Old photos yellow with age. Correcting that with photo editing and removing smudges was a big
improvement. Editing to replace the background made it a portrait, not just a snapshot!
This group shot wasn't well arranged. Photo editing allowed the group to be positioned better, and
added a background that made it look like a studio portrait.
A post certainly isn't the strangest thing a photo put on top of someone's head, but while I was
editing a strangely absent sky, I just had to get rid of the post.
The wedding photographer missed one important family grouping! Photo editing to create it required
two photos combined into one and a little shuffling of the people. An easy fix for the Wedding Album!
Even studio portraits can be improved with photo editing. This blah background was replaced with
Sometimes the simplest photo editing is all that is needed to rescue a snapshot from a life tossed
into a shoebox. All this one needed was color improvement, erasing the crack in the table, and cropping to
showcase this little cutie.
Removing Mommy and her restrictive hand from this photo edited it to free this little giraffe for
a night of Trick or Treating!
Taking a photo in front of a lighted Christmas tree is a job for an experianced photographer.
Taking photos in front of a solid color wall or a sheet makes easy to photo edit the background and adjust the
lighting for great results.
Background swapping lets me give many different looks to a photo. Traditional for Grandma, modern
for Mom, and wild for the kids.
These little angels had studio portraits done but something was wrong. Photo editing removed the
straps holding their wings on and made them Perfect Angels!
A bright spot of color in a photo converted to black and white adds a great touch!
Group shots can be photo edited to create a portrait of one person special to you.