Nations Photo Lab does provide photo editing services on a case by case basis upon request. Prices for photo editing work is per file and depends on the extent of the request. We do work ranging from blemish removal, teeth whitening, stray hair removal all the way up to extending backgrounds, color changes, and other major content manipulation.
We would love to see the image file(s) you would like to have work done to! Quotes are free so send us an email through our contact form! Feel free to attach the image file and please give us a description of what you would like to see in your finished image!
Note: We do not work with any addition or modification of text.
Please allow 24-48 hours for the edits to be performed before the order goes into production. Additional retouches or edits can extend this timeline.
Q: What Payment methods are accepted for Photoshop work?
A: Credit Card and Paypal are accepted.
Q: How long do I have to submit payment after the quote?
A: After the quote is approved, the credit card used on the original order will be charged immediately. Paypal payments must be submitted in full within 48 hours of quote to email@example.com. When submitting the Paypal payment include a memo with the original order ID (Ex.: "WEB11123456X001 Photoshop work").
Q: What will happen if the payment is not submitted within the 48 hour window?
A: The print/product will go into production with the original/un-edited image.
Q: Can all images be edited?
A: Not all images can be edited. Images may not be able to be edited due to resolution constraints of the image file or the extent/request for editing may be beyond what is capable in a given image.
Q: Can you re-size the image or increase an images' resolution?
A: We cannot increase an images' resolution or enhance the image in this way. In most cases, modification to the image size or resolution (for example within Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom) creates a blurry or distorted image anyways as pixels are created or invented.
Q: Can you reshape an image to fit any print shape?
A: No, we do not modify the shape of images. Forcing an image into another shape will stretch/skew/distort the image. We do not modify the cropping of an image.