Posts Tagged ‘Retouching’
Here is an example from our latest resort shoot where 11 images were combined to make the final image. We aren’t finished with the final yet, but this is one new way to produce images…. keep the camera on a tripod and make an exposure for each area of the image that will be used ...Read more.
You might be great with lighting and shooting, but for most shots, without a food stylist or prop stylist, your work just isn’t going to look competitive with the big shooters. Add retouching to that, as genius Photoshop work is essential. The steps involved with food/still life photography: 1) Plan a beautiful shot, based on ...Read more.
There’s a backlash against all the extreme retouching going on in Photoshop these days.
Question from a former student, Ginny Payne:
Do you ever give RAW files to your design savvy cleints? I’m curios to hear if you think that would be a good/bad idea…
Who are photographers kidding? Professional Photography is as much about retouching as it is about taking pictures. Sure, pre-production and lighting are important, but the artist that does the retouching, and I do mean artist, is as important, if not more, than the photographer.