Professional Photo Editing and Retouching

In 2013, we are taking more photos than ever, with cameras seemingly built into everything, cellphones advancing further with higher resolution technology and social media sites spiking the need to share photos of our life on a daily basis.

Whether you’re taking business photos in-house to cut costs, pictures of precious family moments or snap shots of your food, there is a subconscious need to perfect what we do. In relation to photography, this need is fulfilled via editing, air brushing and retouching areas to produce the highest quality end result.

Trouble is, whilst the camera technology constantly improves, our ability with such photo editing software doesn’t. Usage of Photoshop and other photo manipulation software amongst avid snappers reflects only a small percentage of photos taken in general.

Taking business photos in-house may be cost effective but the end result doesn’t match a studio’s quality and the editing knowledge and aspect escapes the majority of professionals not within this sector. So, where do you go when you want studio results but don’t wish to pay the premium? The short answer is Fiverr.

User brunmonnig offers professional image editing services, for you’ve guessed it, five dollars. For just the price of a coffee, you can have the perfected image you need. brunmonnig boasts a very quick turnaround time and wide editing skill set.

We hired him to touch up a photo for us and the results speak for themselves:


You can hire brunmonnig right now. Simply provide him with your image and tell him what you’d like to see improved.

The next 50 people who order after reading this post will receive an additional FREEBIE for an edit, so don’t wait around!

Twistedweb123, aka Adam, is an online freelancer, owner of Twisted Web Solutions and long term Fiverr user; Programmer, Designer, Father and proud turtle owner

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