Image manipulation services

Image Manipulation is the process of using image editing techniques on photo in order to enhance or correct the image through analog or digital means. Outsourcing your photographs to O2I’s Image Manipulation Services will make your customers see an enhanced and better view of your products, services, amenities, equipment, facilities and infrastructure. With our digital image manipulation and our Photoshop image manipulation, your business and promotional images will stand out as the most excellent in your sphere. Also choosing O2I’s photo alteration and photo retouching services will prove to be both cost and time efficient.

Our Image Manipulation Services apply the techniques of modifying an image either by adding objects, people or things in the background or foreground. Using digital image manipulation and Photoshop image manipulation techniques we can bring about a mixture of changes.

Such as:

  1. Background replacement.
  2. Cropping and Enlarging.
  3. Converting photos to paintings, pencil sketches or cartoons.
  4. Placing missing persons or adding persons to groups.
  5. Red eye editing, changing eye color.
  6. Removal of jagged edges.
  7. Adding, removing or replacing objects.
  8. Removal of spots and wrinkles.
  9. Adding a watermark to your image.

Artistic Effect in Photoshop

There are many ways this feat can be achieved. With the use of filters and adjustment layers, a person can achieve this feat which is illustrated here. First of all, open an image that you would like to work in Photoshop. Duplicate the background layer. Go to Filter> Artistic> Colored Pencil and then make some necessary adjustments. Go to Filter> Artistic> Cutout and then make some adjustments necessary. Go to Filter> Blur> Gaussian Blur and then make some essential adjustments. Change the blending mode of the duplicate layer from Normal to Overlay. Next, create a new adjustment layer and choose Hue/Saturation. Then make the changes on Hue/Saturation and Lightness that are necessary. Create a new adjustment layer and choose Curves and make the changes on RGB color. That should be it and sums up the whole process.There are many ways this feat can be achieved. With the use of filters and adjustment layers, a person can achieve this feat which is illustrated here. First of all, open an image that you would like to work in Photoshop. Duplicate the background layer. Go to Filter> Artistic> Colored Pencil and then make some necessary adjustments. Go to Filter> Artistic> Cutout and then make some adjustments necessary. Go to Filter> Blur> Gaussian Blur and then make some essential adjustments. Change the blending mode of the duplicate layer from Normal to Overlay. Next, create a new adjustment layer and choose Hue/Saturation. Then make the changes on Hue/Saturation and Lightness that are necessary. Create a new adjustment layer and choose Curves and make the changes on RGB color. That should be it and sums up the whole process.There are many ways this feat can be achieved. With the use of filters and adjustment layers, a person can achieve this feat which is illustrated here. First of all, open an image that you would like to work in Photoshop. Duplicate the background layer. Go to Filter> Artistic> Colored Pencil and then make some necessary adjustments. Go to Filter> Artistic> Cutout and then make some adjustments necessary. Go to Filter> Blur> Gaussian Blur and then make some essential adjustments. Change the blending mode of the duplicate layer from Normal to Overlay. Next, create a new adjustment layer and choose Hue/Saturation. Then make the changes on Hue/Saturation and Lightness that are necessary. Create a new adjustment layer and choose Curves and make the changes on RGB color. That should be it and sums up the whole process.There are many ways this feat can be achieved. With the use of filters and adjustment layers, a person can achieve this feat which is illustrated here. First of all, open an image that you would like to work in Photoshop. Duplicate the background layer. Go to Filter> Artistic> Colored Pencil and then make some necessary adjustments. Go to Filter> Artistic> Cutout and then make some adjustments necessary. Go to Filter> Blur> Gaussian Blur and then make some essential adjustments. Change the blending mode of the duplicate layer from Normal to Overlay. Next, create a new adjustment layer and choose Hue/Saturation. Then make the changes on Hue/Saturation and Lightness that are necessary. Create a new adjustment layer and choose Curves and make the changes on RGB color. That should be it and sums up the whole process.