The Relationship between Photo Retouching and Color Grading
Keywords:Photography Retouching Workflow, Color Grading Workflow, Color Aesthetics, Phenomenology of the creative process, Pedagogy.
This paper deals with photo retouching and color grading. It proposes a simplified workflow for both of them. It also points the commonalities and the differences, and further explore the relationship between the two, including a phenomenological point of view as well as an aesthetic point of view. It also discuss the implications of that relationship in pedagogy.
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