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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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For example, if McBurney had classified a number of objects that were burins as scrapers that might explain the presence of burin facets on some items labelled as scrapers, although it would not explain the other similarities in size, shape and retouch form between the two types.
has been designed to retouch portrait-style images and provides users with tools to fix common photo flaws directly on their phones, the New York Daily News reported.
From using the new Bridge to retouch and Vanishing point to optimize an entire photoshoot automatically in Camera Raw to enhancing photos with brushes and custom shape tools and wrapping patterns, HOW TO WOW PHOTOSHOP FOR PHOTOGRAPH's second edition covers even more from the powerhouse program.
Not only can we enhance your appearance with lighting but we have the ability to actually retouch the negative (instead of the print) and make wrinkles and jowls disappear.
With a few mouse gestures a user can remove a stranger from the frame, retouch unwanted objects like power lines or ugly buildings spoiling the composition, repair scratches and pitches on old photos.
The first Canadian Tamil MP is currently at the centre of embarrassing Photoshop controversy after authorities deemed her cleavage too hot for Parliament, prompting a retouch.
The latest release of Aurora includes several significant updates including the addition of Retouch and Punch photo editing tools to the visual photo editor, the addition of integration with Shutterfly to Aurora's already easy-to use sharing and publishing feature, and accelerated software performance.