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Definition of "retouching" [retouching]

  • Present participle of retouch. (verb)
  • A retouch. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "retouching" in a sentence
  • "We'd expect better retouching from the luxury house ... but maybe our eyes are playing tricks on us and it's just a question of mirrors and angles."
  • "Blending algorithms these days are very good and this stuff can mostly be avoided, manual retouching is usually not necessary these days. the process of shooting a panorama involves a digital SLR and a fisheye lens. underwater, you probably want to use some underwater-specific lenses: -) This extreme ironing underwater panorama used an underwater fisheye lens adapter ( 'adapter' meaning, it screws onto your regular lens)."
  • "According to the tabloid, the graphic "computer recreation" is based on a snapshot taken in 1989 after Nicole was allegedly beaten by her husband, O.J. Enquirer president Iain Calder says the paper's artists worked from a verbal description of the photograph, calling the retouching procedure "very, very accurate.""
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