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Old 05-03-2005, 11:18 PM
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Question need advice on a price repair/restore

xxxhello i'm new here and glad i found this form i found alot of useful information here and could use some advice. i do freelance photo-repair/restration and i'm also a house painter to supplement my income, i have a photo that is in 2 pieces and missing the third i scanned the 2 pieces and aligned them in photoshop. here is where i need advice, would i be wrong to figure a min of $125 for the job? i have the photo here its just under a meg and a .psd ---thankyou bubb

http://home.earthlink.net/~hububb/im...[1].03.psd

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Old 05-03-2005, 11:54 PM
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Hi Bubb, not really an answer to your question, but a couple of observations.

1. The link you've supplied has a space, which doesn't work with web browsers - you need to insert a %20 in your hyperlink for it to work.

2. My immediate thought on this image was it was a prime candidate for cropping, thereby removing almost all the damage and leaving much less to reconstruct, as the original photo is not well framed. Do you think your client would be happy with that?
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Old 05-04-2005, 12:18 AM
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thanks caitlin

thanks caitlin for pointing that out but where would i put the %20? as for the cropping(i like your crop) i thought of that also but the client asked if i could restore the photo as close to the original as posible, but i will run the option of cropping by her again ---again thank you--
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thanks caitlin for pointing that out but where would i put the %20?
%20 instead of the space. Of course it would just be easier to remove the space! (Never a good idea in weblinks or filenames)
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caitlin again thanks

thanks, i put the %20 in and edited the link in first post should work now
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