Author: Tigz Rice
Tigz Rice is a London based photographer specialising in fashion and boudoir with a vintage aesthetic. An Adobe Community Professional and Wacom Influencer, she originally trained in digital illustration before naturally progressing into the world of photography and retouching. Alongside a client list including Cosmopolitan Magazine, Burlesque On Ice and Paris Burlesque Festival, her work has dominated the European burlesque scene since 2009, which consequently means everything she owns is covered with a fine layer of glitter…
Razor-sharp photos with not a trace of blurring or movement are something photographers naturally hanker after.
Unfortunately people are not immobile objects: we breathe, blink and sway, and that can sometimes affect the sharpness of portraits. Even where it doesn’t, indiscriminate use of sharpening to add definition can produce artificial-looking results.
Sometimes it’s better just to emphasise certain details, as Tigz Rice decided with her shot of burlesque performer Missy Fatale. Tigz felt that the photo would look even better if the jewellery were sharper. The steps required are surprisingly simple, as you can discover by trying them out on an image of your own.
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