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Let’s face it, digital retouching has the general population entirely polarized. Not a week goes by that the national media doesn’t bemoan the latest “Photoshop disaster” or accusation of being “airbrushed” on the latest round of celebrity photos. However, photography clients—99% of them to be honest—are expecting to have their photos finalized and retouched by a professional. These […]

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(aka Everything you ever wanted to know about the Brush Tool in Lightroom and Photoshop) In Part 1 I talked about the Adjustment Brush Tool in Lightroom. Definitely a useful tool in your arsenal. But if you want to get into the nitty gritty of retouching, the Brush Tool in Photoshop is where it’s at.

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(aka Everything you ever wanted to know about the Brush Tool in Lightroom and Photoshop) What is the one goal of all boudoir photographers? Making our clients look their best. Now I’m not talking about the dreaded over-Photoshopping that we see so rampant in the fashion magazine industry. I’m talking about making our clients look […]

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One of the most common things I hear from clients is “Now you’re going to get rid of my wrinkles and slim my face, right?” My policy was very strict: I only photoshop those things that are temporary. I left alone wrinkles, moles, scars, and body fat. I felt like my posing and lighting was strong […]

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