PhotoFixerRetoucher Male Richmond, Virginia, US
My Website: Web page . . .My MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/photofixer
Mayhem # 819761
I am a photographer that used to be a web designer and somewhere along the way became a graphic artist. I am not the World's greatest, which is why my rate for retouching and other image editing work is low. I don't suck compared to most of those you'll find here on MM, so my work is a good value.
My work starts at $5 per image, which is about as low as you'll find on MM.
Got a photo that needs to be brighter in one part, but not in another? Need to be separated from the background in one of your favorite shots? Need to remove a few spots or some wild hair? Got a bulge in the wrong place? How about a thick arm or shoulder? I can probably fix it. (and yes, of course I can fix blemishes)
I'm no Pascal Dangin, but then neither is anyone else on MM. I can help improve your images, and I offer a very good value. Try me. You'll see.
I can probably edit your photos in half the time you can, and the finished product will most likely be better. (For those of you who are good with retouching in Photoshop or GIMP that statement obviously doesn't apply to you!) Why not pay a little to save a lot? (a lot of time and frustration) . . . and when your photos are finished you'll have better photos to show people and book more paid work.
My rates are low (and negotiable). Why not give it a try, and see how much improvement you can have in your photos? Ask your photographer if you're worried they don't want you to edit your photos. Often photographers like to see what retouchers can do with their photos. Just make sure you let the photographer know that you're planning to add the retoucher's name in the credits section below the photo. They like that you do this, because often photographers don't want people to get a misconception that they do work any way except for the way they deliver their photos.
Below is my price list with "package" and "a-la-cart" pricing. It is there to make things simple and easy to understand, but if it is confusing, or if you have questions, please feel free to call me at any time to discuss my pricing, services, or any other details: 305-791-3551
To send me images for discussion or to receive a quote just e-mail them or a link to where they are available for me to download them. Use this e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
BRONZE EDIT ($5) = Light blemish removal, sensor spot removal, basic brightness or exposure and contrast adjustment, white balance and saturation adjustment, crop and rotation.
SILVER EDIT ($10) = All that is included in a BRONZE edit plus advanced blemish and wrinkle removal, basic hair work, whole image shadow adjustment, whitening of teeth and eyes, adjusting eye color (iris saturation), basic warping to thin thighs, waist, belly, and/or upper arm, straighten nose, fix a bump in a chin, etc.
GOLD EDIT ($20) = All that is included with a SILVER edit plus advanced hair work, advanced skin treatment (for that satin look, if desired), advanced exposure and contrast adjustments, selective blur and sharpening (to concentrate the viewer's attention on a specific part of the image), selective shadow adjustments (sometimes particular elements in a photo need more shadow adjustment than others), compositing work such as sky replacement and object removal or insertion (if necessary/desired), advanced warping work such as digital breast/cheek augmentation and/or nose reduction (if desired), etc.
$1 = rotation and/or crop
$1 = tooth and eye whitening
$1 = iris color adjustment
$1 = exposure/contrast/saturation adjustment
$1 = whole image shadow adjustment
$2 = basic blemish or sensor spot removal
$2 = selective sharpening or blur
$2 = selective color (such as making everything black and white except a red rose or bikini or lips)
$2 = selective shadow adjustment
$2 = basic warp of one thing, such as a thigh, upper arm, lip or belly (i.e. plumping a top lip, shrink a thigh or upper arm/shoulder, or reduce a bulge where a bikini strap is making something look bad).
$2 = basic hair work, such as removing wild hairs or squeezing hair to reduce size
$3 = advanced blemish removal
$3 = advanced shadow adjustment, such as selective shadow adjustment, selective gradient exposure adjustment, etc.
$3 = digital breast, lip, or cheek augmentation or digital nose or chin reduction
$3 = advanced hair work, such as hair cover-up, hair color changes (i.e. brunette to black or changing black and white hair to uniform blonde or red), hair lengthening and reshaping, etc.
$3 = basic compositing of one item, such as adding clouds to a clear sky, placing a tree or a castle into the background behind a model, or inserting an animal into a scene
Please ask for work you don't see on the menu. As an expert image chef, I can cook up almost anything!
Just call 305-791-3551.
I take various forms of payment, including trade. Text or message me here on MM . . . or just call.
To send me images for discussion or to receive a quote just e-mail them or a link to where they are available for me to download them. Use this e-mail address: email@example.com
I have been specializing in "realistic edits" over the past few years, because I have wanted my photos to look untouched and "totally real" . . . something many photo retouchers don't seem to do.
Magazine layouts, Yellow Pages advertisements, and brochure designs published. I've designed lot of fliers too. I'm not bad with comp. cards either. Let's make your comp card sizzle!
I was a free-lance Web designer for a few years, which is where I learned most of my Photoshop skills (resizing, compression, using layers, adjusting exposure, contrast, color, sharpness, typesetting, drawing, erasing, selecting, warping, rotation, feathering, etc.), before I started to get into heavy retouching and image manipulation for advertising. Now, since I'm a photographer too, I do the majority of my own photo fixes and manipulation.