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11-09-2018, 14:27   #1
Cerocco
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Looking for help changing hair colour on a pic

Mods please my be if I’m the wrong forum. I got a set of pics done in a children’s picture studio. The one in mothercare. My sons hair is red but the pictures have it as a really bright red which it’s not. I asked them if anything could be done to try to calm the colour down a big t but was told no. Does anyone know of a photographer or a place that could help. I just want the hair looking more natural. Thanks
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13-09-2018, 22:08   #2
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Have you got the digital file of the photo?
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Have you got the digital file of the photo?
I have the pics on cd
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17-09-2018, 17:41   #4
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Hi Cerocco.

Are you on Facebook? I maybe able to help you out.
We can chat on messenger.

Rob
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Should be an easy fix in photoshop if you have the file and it's reasonably hi res. The shop should do it but probably won't. If you still need it fixing I could have a look if you want to send the file.
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