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retouch

1. the art or practice of retouching
2. a detail that is the result of retouching
3. a photograph, painting, etc., that has been retouched
4. Archaeol fine percussion to shape flakes of stone into usable tools
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- Lock face to prevent more than on portraits being retouched mistakenly.
Co-produced by Mazaheri and the Iranian Young Cinema Society, 'Retouch' is the story of a young woman whose husband dies before her eyes while she cannot do anything but to witness the unfolding of this tragic event.
Portrait Retouch is another innovative app that allows you to have a realtime makeover of up to two people from a combination of choices from 10 different beauty styles, 10 DECO frame options and magic beam for 6 eye reflection pattern changes.
It is also possible to look images nicer even after shooting with Artistic Retouch (Creative Retouch, Defocus Effect, Color/Brightness Control), Beauty Retouch and Auto Retouch.
Light It Shoot it Retouch It teaches the basic lighting setups pros use to achieve the most from photos, showing how to control and shape light and discussing camera settings and gear for all the color shots packed within.
(4) Baldinucci's words can serve as a cautionary reminder to the modern historian, as he provided two rather specific lexicographic definitions for ristaurare or restaurare (to restore), and for ritoccare (to retouch), in his dictionary on the Tuscan art of drawing and design, the Vocabolario toscano dell'arte del disegno (Florence, 1681).
In the following analysis, therefore, changes in point morphology are examined according to the amount of reduction they have received, measured using an index of retouch coverage that is particularly well-suited to examining point production.
Thanks to its faster processor, consumers can retouch photos, talk with friends, and surf the Internet at the same time.
In the darkroom, we have always been able to crop and retouch pictures--not retouch to change the facts, but if there is a defect somewhere.