Other Defects

Other common defects in photographs that are susceptible to retouching include skin blemishes (in portraits), areas that are too dark or too light, and objects that need to be removed. Many photos have many or all of these. Indeed, it's common to mark up a proof print with a grease pencil, as shown in Figure 4.5, so the retoucher will know exactly what needs to be done.

Thisdocumentiscreatedwith trialversionof CHM2PDFPilot2.16.100.o make sure you don't miss any

Digital Photography Mastery

Digital Photography Mastery

Insider Secrets Revealed By the Pro Showing You How to Become a Professional Photographer! Discover The Secret Tips & Techniques On How To Be A Professional Photographer, Start Producing High Quality Pictures and Skyrocket Your Photography Business Income Revenue To The Roof TODAY! You're About to Discover the Powerful Strategies and Method to Start Taking Sharp, Clear and High Quality Pictures Like the Professional Photographer Without Paying a Single Penny to the Expert!

Get My Free Ebook

Post a comment