Definition of Retouchers

1. Noun. (plural of retoucher) ¹



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Definition of Retouchers

1. retoucher [n] - See also: retoucher

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Retouchers

retortion
retortions
retortive
retorts
retoss
retotal
retotaled
retotaling
retotalled
retotalling
retotals
retothelioma
retouch
retouched
retoucher
retouchers (current term)
retouches
retouching
retouchings
retour
retoured
retouring
retours
retrace
retraceable
retraced
retracement
retracements
retracer
retracers

Literary usage of Retouchers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Wilson's Photographic Magazine (1911)
"Excessive and injudicious retouching causes the rejection of many proofs, and the average busy portraitist who employs skilful retouchers, and expects them ..."

2. The British Journal of Photographyby Liverpool Photographic Society by Liverpool Photographic Society (1874)
"The cause was the fate of several retouchers, who, relying on their art, had opened galleries for themselves, and, iu spite of their skill as retouchers, ..."

3. The Amateur Photographer (1885)
"There are, however, retouchers and retouchers. An artistic and conscientious ... Still, there are doctors who heal, and retouchers who know their business. ..."

4. The Photographic Journal of America: The Oldest Photography Magazine in America (1917)
"Many retouchers get into the habit of sticking to one number of lead—often No. 3; but this is a mistake. With big heads, such as 1-1 or 12 x 10, ..."

5. Photography, Artistic and Scientific by Arthur Brunel Chatwood (1895)
"retouchers have only themselves to thank for this attitude taken against them. Some retouching is detestable ; it is senseless and purposeless, ..."

6. Journalby California Legislature by California Legislature (1887)
"Operators, $35; retouchers and printers, $25. Highest wages paid to women per week. Colorists, $25; retouchers, $20. Number of hours worked per day. ..."

7. Wilson's Photographics: A Series of Lessons, Accompanied by Notes, on All by Edward Livingston Wilson (1881)
"There are not enough skilled retouchers to go round, nor is there money enough in the business in many places to pay them if there were. ..."

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