DCP™ Photo Corrections
Photo Corrections Options and Examples
The information on this page will help you estimate, in advance, what the charges will be when you upload your image for processing. This is for your convenience, since payment for all work ordered is due prior to uploading.
- Check out the 4 levels of photo processing options below, with examples.
- Decide which corrections (level 1 through 4) you want to include.
- Submit your order.
- You will receive an invoice from us, via email from Paypal.
- Upon receipt of your payment, you will be able to upload your image(s).
- Then your order will be processed.
You’ll be notified when your new color views are ready. We’ll send you the completed image(s) in .jpg or .pdf format.
Some call it “virtual painting,” but our consultation services are very real!
Photo correction services: Four Levels
Select the level of “repair work” you want done to the picture of your home or other building.
Prices apply to work to be done for each image ordered, in addition to the basic services already described on the Rates and Menu page.
Level 1: $20
Example – repair sections of wall plastering
Level 2: $35
Example – Remove small objects such as shrubs, street name signs, traffic signs company name boards and billboards, or increase the brightness of the photo.
Level 3: $45
Example – Remove large objects such as cars, trees or multiple objects like garden furniture or playground equipment.
Level 4: $55
Example – Remove complex and large objects and add new structural components such as walls, windows, roofs, etc.
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