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The best angle

Sometimes there really is only one position allowing for the best image to be captured.....and sometimes that position is right in front of you...

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Lest we forget

Printed photographs, especially those from way back in the 1900's, can get damaged over time with scratches or surface cracks. Getting them digitally restored will bring them back to their former glory...

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Never enough

A wine cellar always looks its best when fully stocked, however sometimes there just aren't enough bottles available to fill the shelves...

...not a problem.  

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Shifting the focus

The London to Brighton bike ride is a tough day out, so you want the focus completely on you as you cycle past the photographer unmarred by the chap over your left shoulder...

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Not quite finished

I was approached by a local property developer asking if I could produce a finished vision of his latest build allowing for marketing material to be arranged prior to completion...   

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Panoramic stitching

The  success of any  panoramic scene created by "stitching" images together will always depend on how well the joins between one photo and the next have been hidden. Take a closer look at the finish photograph below to see if you can spot ours...    

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