LET'S TALK RETOUCHING!
The Post-Production Podcast
Retouching is our passion! We love talking about techniques, tools, gear, the business of retouching and to totally nerd out on it. As photographers go on meetups and conventions to talk about lights and cameras, we retouchers often have no opportunity to get together and to talk. For that reason, we would love to start discussions and invite other retouchers to talk about our interests, our business.
Listen To Podcast Episodes
Joel Grimes shares his passion for creating images with us and why he is an artist with merely a set of tools to help his vision come to life.
Scott Kelby is one of the heavyweights in the photo industry, and for good reasons!
We talk about his start in the industry, how he grew his business and the ethics of retouching.
After asking other retouchers what they struggle with, the topics of marketing, sales and making a stable income were top of the list of answers. In this episode, I will talk about what it takes to run a successful retouching business.
In today’s episode, we talk shop with retoucher Jan from Germany. He tells us all his secrets, what tools he is using for retouching, his workflow, but also we learn more about his views on the industry and learning the skills of a retoucher.
Jan has been working as a freelance retoucher for many years and now has jumped into merging his business into a retouching agency. In this episode we talk about his start in retouching and how he made it into the world of commercial post-production.
We are kicking off the New Year with an interesting interview with Verginiya Yancheva who is also the host of the Fashion Photography Podcast. Hearing about Verginiya and how she got started with photography and retouching was an amazing story to follow!
In toda’s podcast episode we continue our conversation with Glyn Dewis and get into the nitty and gritty details of his retouching workflows, the tools he uses and much more…
Today’s guest, Glyn Dewis is a renowned educator and teaches both, Photoshop and Photography. Not only has he released tons of tutorials to be seen on YouTube but also has written three books. One of which made it to the best selling list! We talk with Glyn about his start in Photography and retouching and try to casually drag out information you’re not going to get anywhere else.
Many struggle with color and its application. We decided to give you our top 5 tips on how you can actually get better with understanding and using color in your images.
If you love Photoshop, this is the right episode for you! Brock McFadzean and I are geeking out on Photoshop, retouching techniques and more…
Today we get into the deeps of retouching, talk with Erika about the gear she is using and which software allows her to create and finish up her images.
Brock McFadzean is a visual communicator who currently resides in Sydney, Australia. He was fortunate to have met an Adobe Evangelist early on in his career and shares his knowledge on Photoshop and workflows in today’s episode of the LET’S TALK RETOUCHING podcast.
Disappointments in our personal lives and in business are inevitable. Managing those and finding solutions is essential to success. We talk about practical solutions and mental contrasting which can make you more successful and more happy in life.
My inbox is full of emails I will never open. In today’s world, you have to make some effort in order to create some business opportunities for yourself. We talk about the dos and donts.
Roderique, who also goes by the artist’s name of DRACORUBIO is an special effects artist who ventured into creating characters and even worlds beyond most of our imagination. By mixing images with 3D, spcial effects knowledge and refined compositing techniques he creates his very own stories. Today we take you on a ride into his mind: what motivates him and what makes these creations possible.
Nico Socha started as a freelance retoucher and has since grown his business to having a studio, producing photography and offering post-production services to advertising agencies and companies.
On April 1st we have released a tutorial about a technique we called Dodge&Burn 2.0. Unfortunately, it was all fake and our April fools prank. BUT there was much more to it than it seemed. We would not have gone through the process of creating marketing material, a trailer video and offering a video tutorial as a digital download on our website just to mess with people. we wanted to prove a point!
Today, Gerry Kingsley and I discuss the current state of retouching education. We might rant about how unsatisfied we are with the online education industry but at the same time, we are giving out helpful tips on how to compare educational products and choose the right one for your needs.
Let’s Talk retouching! Today we are going to continue our conversation with portrait and advertising photographer Gerry Kingsley. Today it will be all about specializing, branding and client expectations. So, join our conversation!