Photo retouching is the process of editing or ‘manipulating’ a photograph, with the aim to improve the look or composition of the image. From professional photographers to amateurs on social media, it is accessible to all through a variety of different apps and software.
The most frequent use of retouching, is to edit out blemishes and smooth out skin and hair in portraits (including selfies). A professional retoucher will be able to edit a photo to improve the appearance, while an observer wouldn’t think that the image had been retouched at all.
The edit can include fixes to lighting, removal of acne, whitening of teeth, and even getting rid of those pesky bags under your eyes. Depending on the premium, there are a variety of different services offered to make the best of a photo.Hire Photo Retouchers
Looking for graphic designer to touch up products pictures for my E-commerce platform. The product category is "phone and accessories".
Clipping path of 300 fashion studio photos for a webshop. Detailed cutouts of high quality. Adding dropshadow to the images.
We are a large jewellery retalier looking for someone with exceptional re-touching skills to work on site to support our in-house photography team. You would be working alongside our team to deliver beautiful images for use on our website and printed material.
I have a single photo that needs retouching. I am looking for an artist that has a good eye and does high end retouching. The photo is of a tree branch and I need to make it look a little older as well as make some other adjustments. Here's what I don't want: 1) I'm NOT looking for a clipping company that offers cheap clipping 2) I'm NOT looking for a company that processes...
Local established wedding and event company seeks experienced freelance photographer. Must have shot 25 or more weddings in last four years to be considered. We pay $50 to $65 per hour for the right experienced person. Freelance, so keeping your own business is okay. Also keep the right to your own images Send link to portfolio or website. How many weddings have you shot? Any corporate even...