Saturday, March 3, 2018

Tintypes: Restored Photos Printed on Metal

From 1860-1879, tintypes were used in photographic printing. An image was printed on a thin sheet of metal, and covered with a dark lacquer. Several years ago, a client asked me to restore about 25 tintypes. It was the first time I had actually seen them in person, and was excited to work with them. I have uploaded some of the finished works below. Do you have any photos which need to be restored? Memories like this should be remembered.

Friday, May 26, 2017

Our New Domain!

It's finally official. Our portfolio of work is now online, and the URL is easy to remember:

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Vacation Photos Look Flat? Let Us Make Them Amazing!

So many people are using the cameras in their phones, and the quality has greatly improved over the years. BUT, that said, when the camera picks the ISO, shutter speed and aperture, the results are not always what one would like to see. Let's look at few examples of photos taken with an iPhone 6s. The after photos show what we can do at J. Greller to bring out the beauty of the original.


Notice that the ledge in the original was removed and the photo on the right looks more brilliant.

What a difference!

Dark shadow in the bottom right corner needed to be removed,
and the lovely architecture should've popped!


Do you like these results? Would you like to make your photos more amazing? Drop us an email and see how much we charged this customer. You will be pleasantly surprised.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Want to Advertise Your Concert? Here's What I Can Do...

A few of the things outside restoration that J. Greller Digital offers is program design, poster design and newsletter design. Below is a concert poster I designed for The Palisades Virtuosi, a trio of musicians from Bergen County, N.J.

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Creating a Composite: One Plus One Equals One!

When a client comes in with an unusual request, it's always exciting. A couple wanted a photo of their son in the coliseum. They had a photo of him dressed up on Halloween, and a photo of the coliseum. Creating a composite takes time, and the results are awesome.

Do you have a special composite you would like to see? Simply click the CONTACT button at the top and drop us an email!

Monday, August 1, 2016

Ever Heard of Digital Plastic Surgery? No Pain, For Sure!

The photo at the left has lots of creases, but the client also wanted me to make the boy's ears smaller. Possible? Of course!

This is the finished photo. Want to make yourself thinner? Heavier? Remove a mole or a scar? All these things are possible today through "digital plastic surgery"!

Thursday, July 28, 2016

Eyes Closed? Take a Look at How I Can Correct This Problem

How many times has this happened to you? Sometimes the flash is to blame and sometimes it just the result you don't want to see. Yes, this also can happen with an animal!

The correction procedure is exactly the same. Take a look below at the fixed images: