- 3 years ago
ilovesophia: Fiance is a graphic designer specializing in UX and advertising. We are aware what kind of process entails editing a photo.
I didn’t expect them to edit FI’s eyes open, I expected not to receive that shot at all. It’s un-usable. (Is that a word?)
As for my mention of small details that could have been edited out, I suppose I should have mentioned this before but leaving stuff like that was a breach of contract on their part. They specifically stated that although they would not do extensive cosmetic editing to people’s size, hair, makeup, etc., they would edit out “distracting” features of their photos that one would find displeasing to the eye. Of course that can be totally subjective, but a large purple bruise on my ghostly pale leg and a jogger in a bright red jacket in the background I would say should prob be counted as distracting, especially when easily removed/hidden. I only brought up the clone/stamp tool specifically because when we first received the photos and noticed careless oversights like those, Fiance fixed one or two up on Photoshop really quick just to illustrate our point that they could have been edited better without much more time. That’s all I was getting at, I probably didn’t originally explain that well enough though.