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    Hello all,

    Do you guys have any recommendations for large volume / quick turn retouch facilities? Most of the places I've tried do very sub par work - for too much $$. Looking for a facility that can handle between 10-30 images over night. I'm located in the united states so anything overseas may be the best option. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks much.

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    Re: Outsourcing large volume jobs

    There is no such thing as good for less than 50$ an image anywhere. You can find good silhouette clipping paths(not perfect for compositing, but great for cut outs) for 1-2$ per image and I know a company I can recommend.
    If you want raw conversions and portraiture, then I'm sure you can find someone like a student locally who is willing to do such projects for extra income.

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    • #3
      Re: Outsourcing large volume jobs

      Thanks for the reply. If you could PM your resource for pathing? that would be helpful at that price.

      As for retouching - we don't trust anyone to handle our color process or file setup. It would basically be handling markups we would supply - nothing more. Does this change anything?

      Thanks again.

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      • #4
        Re: Outsourcing large volume jobs

        Originally posted by ahlee View Post
        Hello all,

        Do you guys have any recommendations for large volume / quick turn retouch facilities? Most of the places I've tried do very sub par work - for too much $$. Looking for a facility that can handle between 10-30 images over night. I'm located in the united states so anything overseas may be the best option. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

        Thanks much.
        Hello,
        As you are looking for a lost cost provider, I would recommend you a company here. They are very good in clipping path and retouching job, as well as cost effective for large volume of jobs. You can see their pricing here - https://www.clippingpathspecialist.com/pricing/

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        • #5
          Re: Outsourcing large volume jobs

          We handle bulk volume of clipping path requirements at very affordable pricing! You can send samples to check quality of our work. Know more about us at http://mapsystemsindia.com/digital-g...-services.html

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          • #6
            Re: Outsourcing large volume jobs

            We can handle thousand of photos within 24 hours Turn around, and less than 12 hours for some hundred pics.
            We offer you free trial for 10 pics.
            Our price is very very competitive, see more about us at: elitephotoediting.com

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            • #7
              Re: Outsourcing large volume jobs

              HI
              I am a freelance image retoucher

              [email protected]

              for more details please contact me

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