Color and black-and-white prints can be retouched, and often are, if the original negative is too small for the detailed work that must be done. Dyes, pencils, airbrushes, or any other way of applying tone can be used for retouching prints. If a pigment will stick to paper, it's probably been used to retouch prints.
This document is created withtrialversionof CHM2PDFPMot 2.16.100.oucher painted or drew changes on the film or paper, and the training required to achieve that skill could easily be as extensive as for any other area of photography. Photoshop doesn't eliminate the need for artistic skill, but it does make any retouching change you make more easily reversible. So, even those of us whose sketches look like we had the pencil taped to our elbows can spend as much time as we need to make our images look their best.
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