How To Retouch Photos

Posted by on Jul 29, 2012 in Blog, Design Blog, Photography Retouching | 0 comments

How To Retouch Photos

Photography Retouching – How To Retouch Photos More and more it is becoming a common place that the average individual has some sort of design editing software that will enable them to do advanced editing on their photos. As technology progresses, so will the ease of making your photos unique, your own, or fixing your photos from things unwanted! For this process I am going to use CS6. Most of what we will talk about is the same if you use any type of layered design editor, and will be exact in CS5 and older. If you do not have CS6 you should really take a look at it, especially since...

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Graphic Design Ad For Ashleys Furniture

Posted by on Jul 25, 2012 in Blog, Design Blog, Photography Retouching | 0 comments

Graphic Design Ad For Ashleys Furniture

Photography Retouching For Graphic Design Stoneleigh Photography was hired to do a series of ad and graphic design work that involved taking multiple images and placing them together, making it look as if the image was a true photo shoot.  This work was for one of our larger clients and was used on their website, you can see the final results on their site, www.PowerDirect.net  More of our work can be found here in our Photography Retouching article. In this particular design and layout, we took a background image, a foreground image (the girl) and the developed marketing material saved as...

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Photography Retouching

Posted by on Jul 24, 2012 in Blog, Design Blog, Photography, Photography Retouching, Wedding Photography | 1 comment

Photography Retouching

Photography Retouching Stoneleigh Photography specializes in not only design work, but also photography retouching, where we can make unwanted images disappear, touch up blemishes on the face, cure flash issues, repair photo’s and more. In photography retouching, the object is to digitally enhance a photograph so that you can “erase” an object, say a car in the background, a blemish on the face, flash marks on the forehead, in any picture. The steps to do this are intricate and the use of tools like Photo Shop are critical. If you have a series of photos that were taken for...

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