A Moderate restoration consists of repairs which are deemed higher in difficulty than those in a basic job. These may include some small repairs to more highly detailed parts of the image. Damage to complex facial features and other detailed areas of human subjects should not be considered Moderate. Moderate repair problems would typically include small tears, creases, stains, scratches, or multiple red-eye. (See following images: 4-7, and album images marked M)
Removing one subject (or two if they overlap as in a hug or one person standing behind or beside the other) from a scene and placing them in one of our own neutral backgrounds would be considered a moderate job. The difficulty of the work is multiplied by the number of separate subjects needing work.
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