GLOBAL ADJUSTMENTS


Global adjustments include, exposure, color correction, tonal adjustments, minor cropping, and simple lens corrections. Each image is edited to fit the style requests of the photographer.
 

Photo Credits: Green Feather Photography, Andrea

 

Photo Credits: Green Feather Photography, Andrea

 

Photo Credits: Green Feather Photography, Andrea

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, Rhett

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, Alex

 

The above images are from a wedding with two photographers using different cameras, and very different shooting techniques.

 
 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography

 

Photo Credits: Memoirs Photography, Megan

 

Photo Credits: Memoirs Photography, Megan

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, Stefanie

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, David

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, Morgan

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, Nikki

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, Jen

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, Morgan

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, Nikki

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, Jen

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography

 

 

RETOUCHING


Retouching is any image manipulation beyond global adjustments. Each of the below images have global editing as well as retouching. Retouching includes but is not limited to; the removal of distracting elements, slimming, head swaps, and blemish removal.
 
 

Photo Credits: Connie Mintz Photography - Even out skin and remove fuzz

 

Photo Credits:  Misha Bruk Studios - Remove distracting elements and fix stretched chair leg

 
 
 

Photo Credits: Apple Rose Photography, Sarah Foss - Removed large black pole

 

Photo Credits:  Misha Bruk Studios - Remove distracting elements per clients request

 
 

Photo Credits:  Misha Bruk Studios - Remove distracting elements per clients request

 

Photo Credits: Lesley Veronika Photography - Clean up of stray hairs on mothers face.

 

Photo Credits: Bellies & Blooms Photography, Nada Massoud - Removal of woman

 

Photo Credits: Bellies & Blooms Photography, Nada Massoud - Removal of background elements

 
 

Photo Credits: Kat Forder Photography - Smooth skin tones, minor blemish removal, and retouch out bug bite under left eye

 

Photo Credits: Charlie and Morgan Photography - Removal of women in purple dress

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, Alex - Global adjustments, burned in sky, removal of distracting elements, eyes opened

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography - Fixed blue tint in veil

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography - Warmed image and fixed tan lines

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, Nikki -Replaced signage per client request

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, Tracy - Removed distracting element - sign

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, Nikki -Removed Bridesmaids from doorway per client request

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, Tyler -Removed distracting elements from background

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography - Removed some of the algae

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography - Fixed bottom of brides dress

Photo Credits: Graham Marley - Global adjustments, dodged and burned, removed speakers and DJ

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, Tyler - Fixed brown grass to be green, removed golf cart

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, Tyler - Fixed brown grass to be green

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, Nikki - Airbrushing of skin on face and arm per client request

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography, Chad & Tina - Fixed hair to hide ear

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography - Client requested the removal of gates on the right side of image

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography - Client requested the rearranging of this posed portrait

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography - Removal of distracting elements - picture frame, and vent on wall

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography -  Removal of distracting elements - chairs

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography - Removal of distracting elements - orange cones on right

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography -  Fixed hair per clients request

 

Photo Credits: (Once Like a Spark) Photography -  Reduced fly-away hairs

 

 

RESTORATION


restoration is usually done to digitally repair old photographs, but restoration techniques can be used on any image that is damaged. Look below for some ideas of what these techniqes can do.