37. Cosmetics beauty retouching Part 2 Here Karl looks at whitening the eyes of the model and editing some of the colouring to make the image seem more cohesive. Comments May 2, 2018 Log in to Reply Anna Zazdravnaya Hi Karl , I’ve noticed that you retouch your photos using mac pc, but why won’t you do that on your calibrated display that stays next to it? The difference in color is visible even on video..so how you can be sure that you use right colors? May 2, 2018 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Anna, I do all my own and client retouching on a Apple computer linked to either a Wacom Retouching Screen or to my Eizo colouredge screen, both of these are professional calibrated screens. Anything that you see me doing differently in our videos is purely in order to be able to record what I’m doing for the videos that you watch. May 3, 2018 Log in to Reply Anna Zazdravnaya It’s very interesting! If you use both -which one do you like the most? I mean your Eizo or Wacom. As both of them are calibrated that is great for retouching – which of them is more convenient? I mean if the price almost the same which one would you recommend to buy for the beginner?) Thank you fr your patience) May 8, 2018 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Hi Anna, I prefer the Eizo and a separate smaller tablet, better picture. February 16, 2018 Log in to Reply Clement Schoen HYE KARL ! WHEN TALKING ABOUT “APPLY IMAGE TECHNIQUE”, ARE YOU MEANING A KIND OF FREQUENCY SEPARATION ? If yes, what do you think of it ? February 16, 2018 Log in to Reply Karl Taylor Yes and it is covered in another one of the retouching tutorials in the ‘post production’ section. I use it only occasionally now as there are preferred techniques in the Advanced Photoshop course but I still use one of my frequency separation techniques for speedier situations. Leave a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.