First of all… thank you. This is to all my existing customers who have showed such understanding while we make our adjustments in this difficult time. It had slowed down the process somewhat. What has changed for us? Well at this current moment in time we are unable to offer prints and framing – our supplier has understandably closed the doors for a while for the safety of their staff and by default, everybody else. We are still receiving your photos by post and email – if you are able to scan your own photo as per our scanning guide then please do, this is the preferred method. If this is not possible then please get in touch so we can quote before you send anything out by post.
We’re supplying work digitally – proofs are supplied by email and you will still receive your digital copy immediately after payment has cleared. If you are looking to receive prints or framing, we are happy to take your order and place it in the queue ready for when restrictions are lifted.
Thank you again to everyone who is making this great effort to change the curve during this pandemic. Staying in is the plan so why not dig out those boxes and tins of family memories. Come visit our website and click request a quote, we’re happy to receive your requests. Take a look at our growing social media channels – Facebook & Instagram and see before and after comparisons.
Six. They say that time flies when you are having fun and boy I must have been having fun. It was 6 months ago that the Photo Restoration Co was born. The website was launched in May as I was slowly working my way through a couple of personal restoration projects. The slow trickle of business I expected didn’t happen, instead on day three I woke to find an inbox full of lovely people looking to have photos restored or coloured (I think you’d call it a torrent). In the first month of business I received a letter from a lady who doesn’t have the internet but had heard about “the amazing things I do to photographs”. She enclosed the only copy of a very old photograph with specific instructions to “get on with it!”
Other than spending time working on all of your lovely photos, The Photo Restoration Co is now booked to attend Family Tree Live in April next year at Alexandra Palace. I know a few of you are attending already. For those that weren’t aware I will have the high resolution scanner on the stand so if you bring your photos along you can receive a free no obligation quote to have your photos restored or coloured and you get to take a look at the ever growing book of before and after comparisons.
We also got the nod this month that The Photo Restoration Co. was selected by Feedspot as one of the Top 35 Photo Editing Blogs on the web. Ok… so I don’t write much, I don’t consider myself a wordsmith… but my business is visual images – so that’s what you get. Thank you Feedspot!
Our Facebook page is self propelling itself and has surpassed 1000 followers and is home to a community that aren’t necessarily looking to have their images restored or coloured they simply enjoy the photos. Instagram has just over 300 and is growing daily.
There we are… I have had the opportunity to work on some truly amazing photos from all over the world, the satisfaction of knowing I have made sure they last for future generations, the lovely feedback received from clients, the amazing backstories I get to hear, they all make this a very enjoyable process. So THANK YOU too all my customers… for your custom and for the trust with your precious photos. I look forward to meeting many more of you in the next 6 months.