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A Free Photo Edit!

Do you have a wedding picture you wished had a little more pizzazz?

Do you have a photo you think is great, but just need a little extra edit to make it perfect?

Do you want to convert a photo from color to an artsy black and white print?

Need some extra sharpening or boost in color?

I'm now offering photo editing services for $10 a photo. All you have to do is send me your high-resolution photo, I'll send you an invoice via PayPal, and once payment is received, you'll have your updated, edited photo in 36 hours or less.

samplesWhen you send me your photo, let me know what edits you'd like, so I can be sure to get it right the first time for you!

To the right are just some examples of how much editing can change and improve a photo, showing the before and after shots.

So, send your photo as an e-mail attachment to asuthernaccent (at) aol.com and I will get back to you with any questions and a proof to get the process started!

AND A CHANCE TO
WIN A FREE PHOTO EDIT
!!!!


To receive a free edit of a photo of your choosing, simply leave a comment below telling me about a favorite picture of yourself or a family member or tell me about the picture you'd like edited and why!

If you Tweet this, come back and leave me another comment letting me know you did!

I will pick three winners and will post your original photos and the edited photos here, along with your story!

Giveaway closes Tuesday, 8 February!

Comments

  1. Oh YAY, I would love an edited by someone else photo from our wedding day. I am so frustrated by the way they turned out from the "photographer", the lighting is so off.

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  2. I have several pictures of my boys that I would like to have tweaked. I've played around with Photoshop but I'm not going to lie, I'm no good at it. I'll have a hard time picking just 1 picture but it's a sacrifice I'm willing to make(: Thanks!!

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  3. I would love to have one of my wedding pictures edited or one from the grand canyon. It would be a hard decision.

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  4. Hi! I have the sweetest picture of our baby girl taken in front of The Blue Willow Inn in Social Circle, GA. It was taken last summer just after she turned one. I would love for you to work your editing magic on it. It is one of my husband's favorite pictures.

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  5. I have a picture of my hubby and I on the balcony at Oak Alley that turned out dark I would love tweaked!!!

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  6. I have a picture of my husband when he was 5, in the yard with his Grandfather. I would love to bring it back to life, and it would mean so much to them both, as his Grandmother passed away, and his Gramp isn't fairing very well. Our 8 year old little boy is the spitting image of his daddy in the photo, and my husband his Gramp. It would be fun to recreate the photo with the 2 of them as well :)

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  7. Your talent is amazing! I have many photos that need help...

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  8. I could totally find a photo to have edited!!!

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  9. That first picture is AMAZING I must say. And can I enter even though that first picture is mine? And can I have a copy of that first picture?

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  10. I have a picture of my little girl sitting on a old grand piano that was once played by George Harrison of the Beatles. We took it at her first birthday party last week. I shoot with a super cool Canon Rebel T2i but haven't had to time to research editing software, so some free help would be great!

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  11. I have lots of photos that could use a little HELP!! I think I'm the only one out here in blogland still using a digital point and shoot! :(

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