Photo Restoration, Image Editing & more in Cheltenham.

We can do a lot more than just fix dots and scratches. We do not paint or touch the original precious photograph. We scan it to make a digital computer image. If a very old photo, once we have scanned it, you would be well advised to keep in a dark place.

Our artists are very happy to do the basic clean up of dots and scratches but, for more challenging work, our artists have considerable skill and can lend creative judgments to the work. Actual artists make the difference, as you will see by viewing the film strip below. The images are in pairs where the first is the presented problem picture, and the second is the restored image.



We can print the image and dispatch or we can send a CD for you to print as you wish. First we need to quote by seeing the problem picture, and, when agreed, we need EITHER the original, OR an image at a large file size, perhaps from a scan you will have done yourself, or from the original photograph in your computer. Normal email can only send about 3 meg size. This kind of small file can be used, but not recommended as it limits quality. Even mobiles take quite large file sizes nowadays! There are also many ‘send large file’ websites who can send 20/30 meg files free of charge. Such as ‘WeTransfer’ or ‘Dropbox’.

We look forward to transforming and saving that image!
Please choose a method below to send us your picture for a quotation or restoration.
• Attach your image to an email (no bigger than 3MB)
• Send it to restoration@westendframes.co.uk





• Scan your image & burn it to a CD (large file size)
• Send it to the following address:
   Photo Restoration
   Westend Ecommerce Limited
   15 Commercial Road
   Gloucester
   GL1 2DY
• Post your image by secure Royal Mail (*datapost or similar)
• Send it to the following address:
   Photo Restoration
   Westend Ecommerce Limited
   15 Commercial Road
   Gloucester
   GL1 2DY
IMPORTANT NOTE
Email attachments are good for us to see the image for quotation purposes but are NOT good enough quality to work on.
This is because 3MB is a small 'file size' & we need larger, we recommend sending a disc for best results.

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