By: Infocus Photography & Video | July 03, 2018

Did you know we don't just take photos?

We also do dubs, media conversions, image restoration and file recovery.

What's a dub?

Dubbing is copying media content from one format to another, like from your old VHS tapes to DVD so you can still watch them.

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By: Infocus Photography & Video | September 08, 2017

We know you know we Photoshop.

Good Photoshopping is kind of like make-up - it makes everything look polished and lovely, but if it's done properly you shouldn't be able to tell it's been done at all.

We try to keep images looking natural and realistic. After all, it is a photograph. If you wanted something completely unrealistic you could have someone paint a picture of you instead.

But sometimes, images warrant a little bit extra. The "wow" factor.

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Tags: wedding, before and after 

By: Infocus Photography & Video | March 15, 2017

We, along with every.other.single.person in Ballarat went to check out the sights and sounds of White Night recently. Can you believe the turnout?!? Super impressive!

By: Infocus Photography & Video | February 21, 2017

Most of us have old family photographs at home, in cupboards, drawers and albums, in frames on walls or tucked away with other precious family keepsakes of generations passed. Often they are faded, bent, torn, cracked or folded, certainly not looking as good as they did the day they were printed.

We recently completed a wedding portrait restoration for local business manager Louise Jones of Ballarat Family Guide, and she was so thrilled with the result we asked her to tell you all about it.

Infocus: What is the origin of the photograph?
Louise: This is my grandparents' wedding portrait from the very early 1950s. They were married in Serbia and only had a handful of photos on their wedding day, but this one was a black & white image that ha...

By: Infocus Photography & Video | January 23, 2017

We're not like a lot of other photographers.

You want all your images on CD for $50? That's not us.

Images are, by definition, meant to be seen. It breaks our heart when we know so many CDs of "images" end up in a drawer, never to see the light of day again.

Yet, you continue to ask us for CDs, DVDs and USBs of images. So we provide them to you.

At a cost.

Can we just explain to you why a digital "image" collection is so expensive?

We don't want you to buy them.

We don't want your CD to sit in a drawer collecting dust, waiting for technology to move on to the point where nobody has a machine that can read discs. We're nearly there now. We already spend a lot of time rescuing our clients' precious memories from obsolete technol...