The Retoucher (Documentary Film)

This film reveals the subtleties of Marie-Pierre Bride's traditional retouching with a brush, from her initial discussions with the photographer to the final enhanced print. You will see that some things are left untouched and discover the retoucher's tools, her techniques for removing imperfections and her precision work. Retouching did not wait for the digital era to demonstrate its artistry; it has been around as long as photography itself...
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This film reveals the subtleties of Marie-Pierre Bride's traditional retouching with a brush, from her initial discussions with the photographer to the final enhanced print. You will see that some things are left untouched and discover the retoucher's tools, her techniques for removing imperfections and her precision work.
The Retoucher (Teaser)
This film reveals the subtleties of Marie-Pierre Bride's traditional retouching with a brush, from her initial discussions with the photographer to the final enhanced print. You will see that some things are left untouched and discover the retoucher's tools, her techniques for removing imperfections and her precision work.
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Watch The Retoucher: Analogue photography enhanced (Documentary Film)
The Retoucher (Documentary Film) - In the world of analogue photography, there is no software to remove small imperfections. Everything is done by hand. We observed Marie-Pierre Bride, a traditional retoucher, exercising her art. Because unlike spotting, which only corrects flaws, retouching is a genuine creative act.
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Watch The Retoucher: Analogue photography enhanced (Documentary Film)
The Retoucher (Documentary Film) - In the world of analogue photography, there is no software to remove small imperfections. Everything is done by hand. We observed Marie-Pierre Bride, a traditional retoucher, exercising her art. Because unlike spotting, which only corrects flaws, retouching is a genuine creative act.
Imperfections to be retouched
Watch The Retoucher: Analogue photography enhanced (Documentary Film)
The Retoucher (Documentary Film) - In the world of analogue photography, there is no software to remove small imperfections. Everything is done by hand. We observed Marie-Pierre Bride, a traditional retoucher, exercising her art. Because unlike spotting, which only corrects flaws, retouching is a genuine creative act.
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Watch The Retoucher: Analogue photography enhanced (Documentary Film)
The Retoucher (Documentary Film) - In the world of analogue photography, there is no software to remove small imperfections. Everything is done by hand. We observed Marie-Pierre Bride, a traditional retoucher, exercising her art. Because unlike spotting, which only corrects flaws, retouching is a genuine creative act.
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Watch The Retoucher: Analogue photography enhanced (Documentary Film)
The Retoucher (Documentary Film) - In the world of analogue photography, there is no software to remove small imperfections. Everything is done by hand. We observed Marie-Pierre Bride, a traditional retoucher, exercising her art. Because unlike spotting, which only corrects flaws, retouching is a genuine creative act.
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Watch The Retoucher: Analogue photography enhanced (Documentary Film)
The Retoucher (Documentary Film) - In the world of analogue photography, there is no software to remove small imperfections. Everything is done by hand. We observed Marie-Pierre Bride, a traditional retoucher, exercising her art. Because unlike spotting, which only corrects flaws, retouching is a genuine creative act.
Neutral gray retouch dye and benchmark paper
Watch The Retoucher: Analogue photography enhanced (Documentary Film)
The Retoucher (Documentary Film) - In the world of analogue photography, there is no software to remove small imperfections. Everything is done by hand. We observed Marie-Pierre Bride, a traditional retoucher, exercising her art. Because unlike spotting, which only corrects flaws, retouching is a genuine creative act.