Graham started working as a photographic assistant and spent many an hour colour correcting countless images. This has been invaluable experience where it comes to the adjustment of digital photographs. He moved over to digital photography, full time in 2000. At last the creative potential for photography, using Photoshop, had become completely unleashed. No longer would clients have to trawl through countless images, displayed microscopically upon contact sheets, in the hope of finding the ideal photograph. Creative retouching using Photoshop has opened the door to limitless possibilities. Graham can produce clipping paths allowing images to be "floated" upon any background that the client prefers. He can correct wide angle lens distortions to produce rectilinearly accurate images, essential in interior and architectural photography. He can create completely new images, using component parts as specified by his clients.