For all general photographic work, such as Portraits, Family photos, Group Photos and non restoration jobs, contact Ace PhotoShop for a
QUOTE via our CONTACT page
For restoration work, due to the complexity and differences in the extent of damage,
QUOTES can only be provided, and orders established, once your photograph
has been examined The steps to your photographic restoration are:
- contact ace PhotoShop to discuss your job
- To recieve a Quick Quote, Send a scanned copy of your photo via our 'YouSendit' link BELOW.
- OR if requested to, mail your photo to Ace PhotoShop for quoting, see our Posting your Photo information BELOW.
- Ace PhotoShop will provide a quote.
- Make payment for your job using our easy Paypal© link.
- Cheques, Money Orders, Direct Deposit also accepted, see contact page for details.
- Your job will be promptly completed and returned to you.
You sendit is an online utility that easily enables you to send small or large files direct to Ace PhotoShop. No need to deal with email,
spam filters or attachment size limits.
SENDING A PHOTO VIA AUSTRALIA POST
Sending a photo by post is very safe and we have had no losses or damage since 1988.
A few steps to ensure correct packing and sending it registered post.
PLEASE FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS!
Sandwich your photo between 2 sheets of ordinary cardboard. Any box can be used ensuring that the corrugation runs OPPOSITE between the
top and the bottom sheet. The size should be slightly bigger than the photos to be posted with tape
applied around the edges to form a “sandwich”. A normal paper envelope should have the address and return address on it. A note must accompany the package with the customers details
Bubble wrap is not suitable to send photos.
MAKING YOUR PAYMENT
Paying is easy with Paypal. Registered Paypal members can pay using their prefered method, otherwise Paypal allows for easy credit card payment for everyone.
If you would like to pay by other means, our postal and direct deposit details can be found on the contact page.
||Kodak Endura photo paper is so advanced today, that photos last
for many generations, ensuring enjoyment in the future.
TO AVOID FADING, PHOTOS SHOULD NEVER BE EXPOSED TO DIRECT SUNLIGHT.