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As part of my research at the British Museum into the small finds recovered by Flinders Petrie from the site of Tell Nabasha in 1888, I needed to photograph roughly 300 objects for publication. While I took the photos myself, they were rather rough and also impacted by the lighting conditions in the Study Room (not the greatest). As such, I contacted Julia and asked her to edit the object photographs, remove their background and replace it with a white background so they could be more easily grouped in plates. Julia worked very quickly and the results are absolutely excellent. She set up a dedicated cloud drive for the images which meant I could essentially get to the images in real time as they were being edited and build up the plates. It was an excellent experience and some beautiful results!

Dr Nicky Nielsen, Lecturer in Egyptology, University of Manchester