Sitting at your desk for hours on end culling through photographs or retouching can begin to wreak havoc on your body.
Practicing smart ergonomic techniques can save you from neck pain, back pain, leg pain, as well as wrist pain.
As retouchers, we often spend hours in front of our computer monitors, with our eyes trained on the finer details we’re enhancing. This is just the time spent while actively retouching, and does not take into the account the...
As photographers and retouchers we all begin from zero and improve our skills by constantly learning and refining our workflow. Looking back at my own progress in retouching, I realize that simply correcting some of my habits and beliefs...
As photographers and retouchers, we are used to scanning our images in search of the smallest blemishes and flyaway hairs to remove. However, there's a bigger picture to look at before you even get to that level of details.
This article will explain the importance of evaluating your image at different "zoom levels" while you work.
How an image is perceived is largely dependent on the viewing distance and the physical size of the image canvas.
It is easy...
Please read How to Set Preferences & Memory Usage for Peak Performance before you continue reading this article.
History & Caches
Simply put, keep History States and Cache Levels at their default settings, and get into the habit of working on separate Layers,...