It makes sense.
I leave a portfolio with pricing examples at the shop I work with - so the shop owner can estimate a cost for the customer, but it just never occured to me to put one on my site.
Believe it or not, most people I've worked with, think their photo is at the extreme end!
your web site
First time on line to forum I think it is going to be a big help. Went to your web site and found it very easy to navigate and like the examples to show off your work all looks very professional and you certainly know how to restore an Image.
I was also very Impressed with the art photo's and was wondering what program you use to achieve these great results(if any) I have tried using a program called Buzz here in England but it does not work great with portraits. Any way keep up the good work hope to here from you soon.
Mig and digi,
Thanks for taking the time to check it out. I think it's good to get several different opinions (what works for some may not work for others.)
I really appreciate everyone's help.
re: the art
Along with a few Photoshop filters, I use a program called Fantastic Machine's Paint Engine. It's a free plugin. I messed around with the settings until I found an effect I liked. It's really a neat little program.
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