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Photo copy and restoration service in Bristol

restorationDo you have a photograph you would like a copy of, no longer have the negative or original file? Do you have a torn, faded or damaged photo you would like restored? The team at Jefferson Studios specialise in photograph copying and restoration, we will take the original photo whether it be in colour or black and white, scan the photo into our computer system which can then be restored or copied easily. Once we have your photograph in a digital format we can then adjust the brightness and contrast, remove damage, remove creases and repair any tears or torn edges, the end result will be as good as the day the photo was initially taken.

Charges for this kind of work vary between each photograph and the level of repair needed, for a quotation please contact us and we are happy to help.

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Jefferson Studios Photographers Bristol have over 40 years combined experience in the field of photography. They have built up a vast knowledge of all types of photography and have continued to adapt in order to stay at the forefront of ever changing photographic technology and style.

Jefferson Studios photographers Bristol pride themselves on their experience, expertise and quality of service. Whether you require passports, portraits or would like us to share and capture unforgettable images of your special occasions, you can depend on us.

"Really friendly photographers, brilliant studio and no hard sell. Posed pouting, clandestine smiles or a simple passport photograph available in their studio. They capture your special day as though it is their own and I have no hesitation in recommending Jefferson Studios to everyone."

"They made my cousins wedding unforgettable. I recommend them as excellent wedding and portrait photographers."

"Thanks so much for taking such lovely pictures of our wedding day! You both did a brilliant job and lots of people commented on how nice you were. Thanks again."