you have a great picture of your stallion, but you would prefer the background
of a different picture to be used with your original photo, like our sample to
the right of Oro de Piloto which was accepted as the cover for the North Carolina
Farm Bureau Magazine. Or maybe you have a great photograph that you really love,
but it's been damaged, like the sample below:
horse from background,
remove halter, retouch.
remove fencing and photo flaws.
are not all professional photographers with lovely backdrops to work with, but
here at AD Graphic Design we have the skills and the software to totally change
your background into something spectacular. Either send us your own photo of a
background you would prefer, or you can tell us what youd like and we will
see if we can find it. We have the rights to over 60,000 images, so more than
likely there will be something that meets your needs.
Setting up a Photo
If you plan to take some photographs and you dont have an
appropriate background, the best thing to do is to take a photo of your subject
against a contrasting wall. For example, if you have a light colored horse you
could take the photo with a plain red barn wall as a backdrop, or if you have
a dark brown horse you could take a photo with your big white trailer behind him.
This makes it easier for us to remove him from the picture and preserve the delicate
mane and tail features, and it is also more cost effective for you. To rebuild
a tail from scratch takes lots of time, so to keep your costs down please provide
us with the best photo possible.