retouch

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To improve something (especially a photograph), by adding or correcting details, or by removing flaws
To colour the roots of hair to match hair previously coloured
The act of retouching
To modify a flint tool by making secondary flaking along the cutting edge
to modify the details of
{v} to improve by new touches
pthe application of hair straightener to a new growth of hair
{f} improve by making changes, enhance by through alteration
To touch again, or rework, in order to improve; to revise; as, to retouch a picture or an essay
give retouches to (hair); "retouch the roots
To edit an image to eliminate imperfections or simply to alter it Retouching can be done by hand, by airbrush, or electronically by prepress software
To correct flaws in an image or make design changes
{i} change intended to bring improvement, alteration made for enhancement
The repairing of a damaged plate or die, often producing a minor, but detectable, difference in the design of the printed stamps
give retouches to (hair); "retouch the roots"
To correct or change, as a negative, by handwork
If someone retouches something such as a picture or a photograph, they improve it, for example by painting over parts of it. He said the photographs had been retouched She retouched her make-up. to improve a picture or photograph by painting over marks or making other small changes airbrush
alter so as to produce a more desirable appearance; "This photograph has been retouched!"
To alter a photograph or illustration, either manually or digitally
A partial reworking,as of a painting, a sculptor's clay model, or the like
The intentional flaking or trimming of a stone artefact on detachment from a core, usually by trimming, blunting or resharpening the edges
The removal of small secondary flakes along the edge of a lithic artifact to improve or alter the cutting properties of that edge Retouch flaking may be BIFACIAL or UNIFACIAL
Minor correction effected by hand-engraving on the plate or cylinder
To make correction on artwork
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One who retouches
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{i} one who improves by making changes, one who enhances through alteration
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plural of retouch
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third-person singular of retouch
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Altering artwork or color separations to correct faults or enhance the image
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The treatment of artwork or film in order to make corrections or to modify tonal values
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To alter photographs, artwork, or film to emphasize or introduce desired features and also to eliminate unwanted ones
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Use of an imaging program to clean up flaws in an image See photo manipulation
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The fine flaking of an edge to improve and finalize the form by removal of the small flakes (usually by pressure) to produce sharpness
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a means of altering an image to correct faults or enhance the image
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Art of making digital, chemical, or dye corrections by adding or removing density or color on continuous-tone film, color transparency materials, or reflection prints Digital retouching makes changes to pixel values to enhance image appearance
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Process of improving/highlighting necessary details in a picture, photograph, print or drawing
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The refinement or further working of a basic stone or flint tool by means of percussion or pressure-flaking with a stone, bone, wooden or antler retouching implement during flint working See Burin, Scraper
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Altering a print or negative after development by use of dyes or pencils to alter tones of highlights, shadows, and other details, or to remove blemishes
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The process of electronically changing an image's colour, background or texture
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present participle of retouch
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Altering a photo print or negative through a graphic process such as air brushing
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The correction or deliberate manipulation of color, tone or detail in an original work of art, photograph or other original which needs correction
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This is the application of the final highlights and accents to an otherwise finished painting, or to alter parts of it slightly
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(Color): The correction or deliberate manipulation of color, tone or detail in an original work of art, photograph or other original which needs correction Note: retouching materials, especially in photography, must be specifically designed for use on photographic materials such as prints or transparencies Often when incompatible materials are used, it becomes difficult if not impossible to reproduce a similar or exact color
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