What is the difference between the editing levels?

BY THE FIRST AVAILABLE EDITOR (in-house approach)

EXPRESS editing is handled by the first available editor (as opposed to your own assigned editor, and the images are edited using our in-house approach, which is a clean, simple, bright & airy look. We will make adjustments to all the main sliders (white balance, exposure, contrast, highlights, shadows, whites, blacks, clarity, vibrance, saturation), and set our default values for HSL, Sharpening, and Noise Reduction.  

 

BY YOUR OWN ASSIGNED EDITOR (customized approach)

BASIC editing consists of adjustments to the main sliders (white balance, exposure, contrast, highlights, shadows, whites, blacks, clarity, vibrance, saturation). If needed, we will also apply blanket settings to the curve, split toning, lens correction, vignette, noise reduction, sharpening. If needed, we will also tweak the HSL values on various sequences.
Cropping can be added for $0.05 per image (on all images)

BASIC+ editing consists of the same adjustments as BASIC, with the addition of burning & dodging, as well as cropping if requested (included on this level)
Basic skin retouching (spot removal and light skin softening) can also be added for $0.75 per image.

 

RETOUCHING 

RETOUCHING editing is a fully custom level, which in completed in Photoshop.Our team of retouchers is able to handle everything from minor touch-ups to more extensive Photoshop work, including high frequency retouching, redness removal, stray hair removal, teeth whitening, liquifying, swapping heads, extending backdrops, and much more. 

Since there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to retouching, we have created a fully custom process, which is now available in the Client Dashboard. Each job will be quoted individually, to fully cater to your needs, even if those change from one session to the next. And if you are already an active client with an assigned editor, you will be able to combine colour correction with retouching, in one smooth motion. 

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