This Analog Adventure

A Film Photography and Fashion Blog


How To: Natural Studio Retouching

I get a lot of questions about how I retouch skin, so today I thought I would share a tutorial on how I edit studio shots. I show you how I use frequency separation to retouch skin naturally, and you can download my free action to use yourself! Let me know what you think in the comments below if you give it a try!


Model Test: Evan C.

Some shots from a test shoot with Evan C. from Models international Management here in Ottawa. Makeup by the lovely Aseel Al. Photography and retouching (c) Jessica Hobin Photography.


Dreamscape Series: Light and Dark

One of the first of my ongoing "dreamScape" series, I wanted to create a very fantastical series of images using animals and fairy tales as inspiration. I teamed up with an amazing designer by the name of Dominique Duschesne for this series, as I saw these two dresses at her runway show earlier in the year and just knew we had to create a "light vs. Dark" shoot based on these two pieces. She had the brilliant idea to make horns for the horses turning them into unicorns (and yes, there are dark unicorns in Norse legends!). We chose two amazingly perfect models for this shoot, as each perfectly embodied light and dark. Tie it all together with a super talented and creative makeup artist and stylist and you have a great start to a series!
Designs and headpieces: Dominique Duschesne
Makeup: Maggie Velvet (for Rena), Lady Kat Eyes (for Katrina)
Hair: Jessiica Khalife
Models: Rena("light") and Katrina("Dark")

And some behind the scenes shots from the day!

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