'Wow, that would be an awesome photo if only such-and-such weren't in there..' Sound familiar? It happens easily, especially on road trips. A power line gets in the way of the mountain view, an unsightly road sign ruins a good landscape shot, a car drives into the frame the second you're taking that great monument shot, and a tourist in a t-shirt and sandals strolls into the background of your portrait in front of the waterfall. No need to throw out a good photo because of a small hiccup or too, though. There are easy ways to make a good photo a great one.
For a small fee I will remove an unwanted object of your specification from your photo. You provide the photo, tell me what you want taken out, and I'll Photoshop it out for you.
Please realize, though, that Photoshop has its limits, and my ability to take an object out will be limited by how much other material in the photo there is to work with. For instance, if a sign is completely covering a bush, unless there is another bush in the photo I probably won't be able to make it look like a bush. And if a car takes up half of a photo, I won't be able to remove it so it looks natural.