The starting point of myBigBrag is to protect the past. To correct the ravages of time and incorrect storage with restoration of old damaged or just dull photos.

Our list of services.

Canberra based MyBigBrag offers affordable and professional photo image restoration and retouching and photo slideshow presentations.  We can digitally repair, restore, recover almost any photo you have, remove people from them and convert to black and white or colourise, no photograph is overlooked — all are special and worth an attempt at restoring. We digitally repair old and antique photographs restoring to retain their original ambiance and age.

Photo Restore and Retouch.

We retouch cracked photographs, restore old family photos, complete quick photo restoration, fix damaged photos, digitally restore water damaged photographs.

Photo-video Presentations.

We can also combine your video and still photographs into a movie presentation that shows your adventures in great Hollywood style!

Wear your art.

Brand your T-shirts, coffee mugs, screensavers, wallpapers, mousemats, wine glasses, in fact just about anything can be digitally printed these days.

Photo conversion to art.

We can create special artistic versions of greyscale photos. They can be included in all albums or even be presented as Wall Art. See an art gallery here.

Photo Slide Shows.

Stylish, professional slide shows that can be run click-by-click, or automatically as a video show. Mac or PC, Powerpoint or Keynote.

Memorials on DVD or USB.

Memorial photo collections to compassionately reflect a person’s life. We can supply the files on DVD, thumb drive or via Dropbox.

Call us on 0411 725 867 or email on or send a message using the form below.
We’ll get back to you promptly to discuss your project.
Like to know more?

Or tell us about your photo problems.

I have had the pleasure of working with Chris from mybigbrag on the Canberra Rotary World Peace Bell website. Chris designed and built the site.
He also shot and edited all the videos on the site. Photos used were modified and artistically altered to gain the maximum exposure for each photo.
One great creative idea was his combining of the photo of Nara Park with an overlay of a ghostly “fan” design which was the inspiration for Lauren Kasparek in the architectural design.
Michael Rabey

LJHooker and The Rotary Club of Canberra Rotary Burley Griffin, Canberra World Peace Bell


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