1 May 2015

A Fascinating 90-Second Look At How Retouching Is Done For Campaigns, Editorials

[Click here to view the video in this article]

High end retouching boutique RARE Digital Art gives you an insider’s glimpse into how retouching is done for campaigns or editorials with its series of behind-the-scenes videos.

These 90-second-long timelapses are compressed from hours of Photoshop retouching by photographer and digital retouching artist Elizabeth Moss.

Moss told PetaPixel, “These videos are unique because none of the high end retouchers make these type of videos, so the quality of the other before and after retouching videos available online are pretty terrible and not at all representative of what is typically done on high fashion editorials and campaigns.”

“With all the talk about Photoshop use or overuse, I thought it would be interesting for people to see how we actually add pores to skin (shown in the other videos found in the YouTube channel).”

Check out one of the videos below and watch the rest over here.

[via PetaPixel, images via RARE Digital Art]