What edits do you perform on my images?
Are you wondering what edits we perform in Photoshop and Lightroom to your property photos when you place an Image Enhancement order?
These are the edits we perform as standard on all orders without you having to request anything. Our Photoshop wizards use their expert eye to determine exactly what digital TLC is required on your shots. Simply upload your images and we do everything that needs to be done, including...
- Adding a blue sky to external shots
- Boosting the vibrancy of colours
- Lifting dark shadows
- Straightening and cropping wonky images
- Sharpening clarity
- Blurring vehicle number places (if required)
- Lens correction on internal images (if suitable)
- Adding your logo as a watermark (optional)
Vibrant vs soft edit style
We offer two different styles of edit to suit your personal taste or brand image; the choice is yours from Vibrant or Soft.
Should you have things in your images you want banished to the digital recycle bin, just tell us in plain English what to remove and we'll get rid.
- Cars, motorbikes, and caravans from driveways
- Wheelie bins
- Sun flares
- Weeds and garden rubbish
- Childrens toys
- Photographer’s shadow
- Items from under beds
- Items or clutter from kitchen worktops
- Toiletries and bottles from bathrooms
- Family pictures
- Piles of clothes
- General clutter
What edits don’t you do?
Unless directly instructed by you, we won’t remove things or alter an image that to a point where it could be argued it misrepresents the property. For example, we don’t…
- Remove pylons or power cables
- Remove telegraph poles or phone lines
- Remove structural or cosmetic cracks
- Remove manhole covers or drains
- Remove bad patches of lawn
- Remove stains or markings from carpets or walls
If you ask us to remove one or these items, or something similar, be aware that you may be in violation of the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008 or the Business Protection from Misleading Marketing Regulations 2008; the legislation that replaced the Property Misdescriptions Act 1991 on 1st October 2013.