I have gathered photo retouching experience through practice and my roles at Snow Joe + Sun Joe and at American Standard. I have completed projects including silhouetting, color correcting, filling in missing areas, flipping product features, removing dust, debris, and imperfections, and more.
This is a personal project I worked on to hone my portrait retouching skills.
I started by color correcting and brightening the entire image. Then, I used the healing, clone, and patch tools to smooth the skin, and remove any extra hair and blemishes. In the image to the left, I used the frequency separation technique to blend the skin tone without compromising texture. With the images below, I used the brush tool to paint over certain areas with extra texture. Finally, in certain cases, I added different nails or lips when I couldn't fix them with simple techniques.
Please scroll to see more images I have edited below! The four below were edited in the same manner.
Photographers for these images are: Iulia David, Hana Gonzales, and William Clark
This image has been color corrected, and the flush trigger has been flipped to the left side.
Missing areas of this photo have been expanded and edited to fit a square format.
Work for Snow Joe
This image received a bit of a facelift. Most notably: imperfections were removed, stainless steel texture was added, edges of the blade were enhanced.
These images have been silhouetted, color corrected, and imperfections have been removed.