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Adjustment of contrast and luminosity

Scientists have shown that the human eye only perceives the colors red, green and blue when the lighting is abundant, and the three colors are equalized.

With digital photo retouching software, you can achieve, adjusting the brightness for each primary color, that is, for red, for green and blue, spectacular results in human eyes.

 Advanced photo retouching of high quality

The restoration of a detailed and complex photograph requires both artistic and technical merits from the professional.

Our team of professionals uses photo retouching techniques of very high level and complexity to obtain and manipulate high-quality images offering a professional artistic result.

To expand the capabilities when manipulating images, we use layers or layers that allow us to cut out pictures and place them in a different environment, using transparencies, mixing photography with vector images, etc.

You also have to correct the lighting by balancing shadows, medium tones, and light tones. Once the general results have been obtained, it is possible to proceed to more advanced methods of improving the image quality or the application of desired effects.

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Importance of color temperature

The retouching of color is essential to achieve the interest of the human eye; the effects of color are significant effects for corporate and advertising images as well as for artistic photographs. As we apply different color schemes, we will perceive very different sensations. There are several tools to apply color corrections, and you have to know how to use them correctly to provide highly professional results.…

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We not only offer the services of real estate photography.

In our corporate photography section, you will find information about how to promote your office and your staff in the work environment, giving a professional image of the services and products offered. Know more 3d floor plans

Perspectives in real estate photography

We use wide-angle and other lenses to achieve different interior and exterior views.

Due to the optical configuration, the full angles comprise a higher proportion of the objects to be photographed. For this reason, it is essential to use the whole edge in both indoor and outdoor photography providing more visual field making the total of an interior visible.

It also exaggerates perspectives and is used in exterior and architectural photographs revealing the grandeur of construction. For details we use telephoto lenses or macros, highlight the feature and blur the rest of the scene.

Professional retouching services

The photo retouching improves the quality of photography and enables the composition and creation of an image from several photographs.

In the digital age, most advertising and commercial photographs have been treated through computer programs to achieve results far superior to the original image.

Once the image is captured in digital format, it contains a significant amount of information invisible to the human eye. With appropriate restoration techniques, we will enhance all the non-visible knowledge and provide high-quality photographs regarding color, focus, and composition. Photo retouching is much more than just a photo adjustment. It involves eliminating unwanted elements, adjusting the lighting, focusing, distortion of images, etc.…

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