MPR Studio offers a variety of high-end digital photo & image restoration, repair, retouching and manipulation services. Do you have an old damaged family portrait, piece of art or document that is important to you and your family? We have vast experience repairing all kinds of images, including: family & individual portraits, historical documents, patent and architectural drawings, old sketches and illustrations, and much more. In addition, we have extensive knowledge in formatting artwork for all types of media, from commercial custom displays to wall art for the home or office. We have restored and formatted photographs and illustrations of world-renowned archives, including: Time LIFE, The Associated Press, National Geographic, George Eastman House, and The National Archives of the United States, among others. Check out our portfolio below.
Vintage photos & artwork digitally-restored and formatted by MPR Studio have sold at many well-known retailers, including: HomeGoods; QVC; PBS (e-commerce website); The History Channel (e-commerce website); Barnes & Noble; National Geographic catalog; and many galleries throughout the United States and Europe. Our professional digital photo & image restoration services are second-to-none and client satisfaction is guaranteed on all jobs. Whether for a museum in search of document restoration services, or someone looking to repair an old family portrait, we have the skills and experience to get your digital restoration, retouching and manipulation projects done with utmost care and quality each and every time. Check out our pricing here.
Architectural drawing for Montauk Point, New York Light House from the 19th century. This image had stains throughout and the borders were damaged and missing altogether in some places. The restored image has no stains and a natural-looking, straight border on all sides. In addition to restoring this image, I also formatted it for printing as a 16×20″ by adding a textured complementary background.
Before & After Digital Restoration: Antique sepia-toned photograph taken at a studio in Manistique, Michigan.
Original and Retouched: The Beatles arrive at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York February 7, 1964 for their first U.S. concert. Image © The Associated Press. This image was washed-out and had specks of dust all over it.
Before and After: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gives speech. This image was lacking contrast and had some nasty scratches on it. I improved the contrast and removed the scratches creating a beautiful final image. Image © The Associated Press
Actor Steve McQueen in a sports car. Steve McQueen and the dashboard of the car were overexposed, so I darkened these areas. I slightly adjusted the other parts of the photo as well. Image © The Associated Press
Portrait of United States President Abraham Lincoln taken at Mathew Brady’s studio, before and after retouching. The original scanned file had numerous markings throughout, as well as some numbers on the curtains at left. I removed these and color-corrected the image to give it a more appealing tone.
Before and after photo restoration – 1939 World’s Fair in Queens, New York. The original image was extremely damaged, as can be seen. To create the restored file, I removed all the damage in the sky, and darkened the photo. Image © The Associated Press
April, 1956 – Elvis and Liberace backstage at The New Frontier in Las Vegas, Nevada. This image was discolored and had some scratches as well. I color-corrected it and removed the scratches.