Examples of retouch in a Sentence
The photo had been retouched to remove the wrinkles around his eyes.
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Moreover, the painting has been retouched extensively.
This cover's rollout is significantly less drama-filled than Lupita's previous cover effort for Grazia U.K., which got criticism from the actress and her fans when it was revealed that Lupita's kinky puff was retouched out of the image.
Houston then appealed that Judge missed retouching second on his way back to first.
The motion was denied on technical grounds, Mr. Boyle said, who added that his claim included a police photograph that appeared to be retouched to hide facial injuries.
To be fair, photos have been retouched before computers even existed, and besides of women subjects, images of animals, nature, objects, and just about anything, are being manipulated too.
On top of that, stars are now showing original and retouched photos side by side on their social media to protest these pressures.
Markle confesses that one of her photoshoot pet peeves is when the freckles that dot her nose are retouched and airbrushed away.
In an email to Teen Vogue, Sara said she was inspired to start making stretch marks into glittery works of art after photographing one of her friends, who asked for her stretch marks to be retouched.
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