Professional Photo Retouching Service. 15+ years in the business

Yahor Shumski. Euphoria Imaging retoucher and owner
Adobe Certfied Expert. Photoshop CC

Euphoria Imaging is a photo retouching company run by Yahor Shumski, a certified Photoshop expert with a 15-year experience in high-end photo retouching. Our speciality is Fashion and Architectural photo editing but we will be happy to assist clients with wide range of photos including personal and wedding images.

Feel free to check amazing before and after portfolio for retouching examples.

Please contact me for quote or if you have some questions

TESTIMONIALS

  • "Working with Yahor is always a pleasure. He is professional and gets the job done within our usual tight deadlines. We are always happy with the final retouched images Yahor provides."

    Diana Franke, Print Production/Creative Services Manager at Nine West Group

  • "I worked with Yahor for a number of years during my tenure at 3.1 Phillip Lim and can whole heartedly recommend his services. Yahor was the utmost pleasure to work with - he has an impeccable eye and is an expert at his craft. Euphoria Imaging consistently impressed me with professionalism, extraordinary diligence and above & beyond work. I would absolutely recommend Yahor and Euphoria Imaging to anyone and look forward to working with him again."

    Maria Vorovich, Senior Strategist at Grey Group

  • "Yahor is an amazing retoucher, affordable, prompt and professional!"

    Robert Bomgardner, photographer and owner 38West Studio

  • "I have hired Yahor as a retoucher for over 5 years now. He is always prompt and provides outstanding results. I highly recommend him for those who want to outsource their retouching / post production needs."

    Kevin Michael Reed, Fashion & Beauty Photographer & Director at Kevin Michael Reed Studio, Inc.

  • "Yahor works fast and easy. He's reliable and really good at what he does."

    Nicolas Ramirez, Founder & Creative Director, East of Normal

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