Price from: $8
Deadline: 24 hours
Tucia provides people with human powered photo editing services. To get started with Tucia, you simply need to upload photos, type down your ideas, and the team will take care of the rest. Safe and Confidential is the cornerstone of Tucia business. When you use Tucia services, your photos are always transferred by encrypted protocols and will NOT be shared or published without your explicit permission.
A dedicated team provides photo editing services every single day. You wait no more than 24 hours (usually much sooner) for any regular order with less than 6 images. The studio itself describes its benefits as follows: calibrated monitors, seamless RAW workflow, customer style support, multi-region servers for upload/download, unlimited free revisions and 100% money-back guarantee.
- The studio is more like a freelance website where there are beginners who do not do their job very well due to inexperience.
- The information on the site about 120,000 satisfied customers is more like a fake.
- There are no studio contacts, chat, location, contact phone and the ability to communicate by voice.
- In most cases, the quality of work was good, although there are more claims to this studio than to others.
- There are examples of work in a convenient format before / after.
- A bit high prices for photographers. Even if you take into account the 20% discount.
- In total, the site has 2 packages: Basic Editing and Extensive Editing.
Tucia users' reviews:
My photo was retouched horribly. They have no support, every time you need to write angry letters to email so that they are not ignored. I still don’t understand why the company is doing something that does not succeed.
My photos were well edited. But then I found several studios that do it cheaper, and the quality is just as good.
I expected that for $8, they would do a cool retouching of my photo, but it turned out that this is the base rate. Either I didn’t figure out how to work with the site, or it’s too expensive for the result that I got
they do photo retouching quite well, but more like post-processing from the 00s