During the post-production retouching process, many friends who are proficient in using PS may not know what kind of standard to use to retouch the map, or what kind of standard to judge the quality of the photo shoot, photographic photography today introduces us in There are five main criteria for retouching at work: color, texture, light, volume, and structure. Let’s briefly introduce these points.
The color sense generally refers to the color of the image after the product is photographed, such as whether the color is accurate, whether there is color cast, the saturation of the color, etc., whether the information can accurately represent the product itself.
Texture refers to the look and feel of the product itself. When we look at the product image, can it really reflect the material of the product itself?
Light perception refers to the light and shadow effect that we leave on the product when shooting the product. Is there any messy light and shadow? Whether the effect of light and shadow on the product conforms to the real visual effect or the principle of light propagation.
Volume sense, in the later retouching of the product, we often see that some pictures feel like paper after repairing, and can not truly reflect the volume of real products.
Structural sense refers to whether the structure of the product itself can be truly reflected.
In the later revision of the product, we only need to keep these five elements in mind, and use this as a standard to adjust and modify the product so that it can better display the product itself. Conversely, when we are shooting products, we can adjust the lights and products with these five standards to achieve a more perfect shooting effect.