To retouch for a photographer it’s a process of getting to know the photographer’s style and respecting it, to make the work unique to their style and bringing life to the photographers vision.
It is self-evident to me to respect my source material and the work of all participants. Because as a retoucher I am not concerned about me in orders to realize itself.
It is about using my abilities to realize the wishes of the customer.
For me, retouching means looking at a good image, reflecting it, and then perfecting it. Good starting material is essential here.
"You can make a good picture to an outstanding picture, but not a bad picture to a good one."
"THE LOOK FOR THE ENTIRE WORK IS THE ESSENCE OF MY JOB."
A good concept is the basis.
I make all the steps of my workflow for a specific reason, dividing each theme into five important aspects: composition, light / shadow, color, contrasts, and microcontrasts (texture).