Photo editing and retouching can bring out the colors and details of the scene that the camera didn’t capture due to incorrect settings and bad lighting. As travel photographers, we understand that light, weather and other factors can impact the quality of an image. We can help restore the colors and details in your photo to match the scene as you saw it in person.
We have the experience and skills necessary to professionally edit and retouch your photos using Lightroom and Photoshop. If you don’t have the time or passion to learn how to edit your photos, let us do it for you!
I’m very impressed with the work that Photo Jeepers did! I’m a fair photo editor myself, but I had some pictures that I took during low light that no matter what I did, I just couldn’t seem to make them look like what I wanted! Sadly, it was because of the “noise” when the shot was actually taken. I had given up on having a cool Northern Lights and Sahara Desert shot, until I took a chance with them. They didn’t get the pictures to look like how I wanted them in my mind, but they got like 90% close. Unfortunately for me, it was because of how they were shot, so Photo Jeepers really made a miracle happen. They salvaged my toughest shots. I can’t wait to use them again with a shot that isn’t impossible to fix! – Carly Heyward, Flight of the Educator Travel Blog
Photo Jeepers has a bright and vibrant editing style, and it was amazing to see my photos come to life and really pop through their photo editing service. It was easy to submit my photos for editing, and they quickly provided proofs so I could ask for any additional adjustments. The final photos turned out beautifully! I would recommend this service to anyone wanting to create professional-looking photos. – Kelly Barcus
Thank you so much, Photo Jeepers! I’m really pleased with how they’ve turned out! I genuinely thought some of the photos were a lost cause as they were so poorly lit, but your editing has brought out so much detail. The originals look so plain in comparison with the edited versions, what a difference! – Anna Gregory, Would Be Traveller