I hate to say it, but it DOES happen, and unfortunately, a lot more often than what you think.
Just ask Jess and Matt Probert who celebrated their first wedding anniversary only days ago, and STILL have a very hard time looking at their bad wedding photos. They spent almost $3000 on their wedding photos, waited almost 2 months, and received a handful of poorly composed images with "cheap" filters and images with their eyes closed. Not the ideal way to remember the details of your big day, it it?
The first RED flags were raised when their photographer apparently showed up late to the celebration and then proceeded to leave early. After further investigation into the matter, Jess and Matt Probert found out that their wedding photographer was apparently contracted by the event planning company, and later advised the couple that they had "purchased the cheapest package available."
So.. now what? What do you do with all of the bad wedding photos? Well... after you are done crying over them, and screaming at the photographer and/or company that hired them, take those photos ASAP to a professional photo editing service. You would be amazed at how much "life" can be breathed into otherwise ordinary wedding photos.
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Photo Retouching Defined
First thing is first: It is important to understand that NO ONE is perfect. We all have flaws, and often those flaws are captured on camera (bummer, we know). Even the glamour models in magazines and on billboards, although seemingly perfect, have flaws. The difference is that unbeknownst to the general public, most of these flaws have been hidden, or air-brushed away by talented photo retouchers.
#Photoretouching, sometimes called #retouching or airbrushing, is defined as the process of manipulating photographs in order to slightly change the looks of a subject and/or person. This includes basic modicifactions, like getting rid of blemishes and rough complexions. Other #photoretouchingservices may even make objects and people appear to be skinnier, plumper etc.
What Does a #PhotoRetoucher Do?
#Photoretouchingservices generally involve individuals using advanced computer imaging software such as Photoshop or Lightroom, to change the appearance of a photo or other digital image.
There are a number of different changes that a #photoretoucher can make to these images with this type of photo editing software. Examples can include, but are certainly not limited to, saturating colors, sharpening images, removing backgrounds and unwanted objects, creating selective blur, etc. A good #photoretouchingservice will be able to transform most photos, into beautiful works of art. Using a professional photo retouching service can benefit anyone who has suffered from bad photos. Most services will offer some sort of free trial, so they are definitely worth a try! Ready to go? Upload your photos here and get started!
We are going to let you in on a little secret: A large portion of professional photography is ACTUALLY spent on post processing your images. EVERYTHING, and I mean EVERYTHING, is retouched, often a LOT more than what you think.
As a photographer, I absolutely understand the time and effort that goes into professionally post processing your images post photo shoot. Surprisingly bad photos can be made excellent with just a few tonal adjustments, selective blur, etc. Don't believe me? Try us out today, for FREE!