The Hollowman Retouch (also called Invisible Mannequin or Collar Retouch) combines the advantages of model photography and laydown techniques. The result is a more sculptured and more realistic representation without the distraction of a mannequin
As a rule, the front view requires two photos:
In the first step, the garment is worn by a mannequin and photographed from the front. Afterwards, it is turned inside-out, and the back view is photographed. Both photos are cut out and assembled as a final image by the Hollowman Retouch technique.
Depending on the quality of the photo material provided by you, it can make sense to augment Hollowman Retouching with other image tuning techniques.
If the textiles were not photographed symmetrically and/or are wrinkled, for example, these defects can be fixed by our image tuning.
Upon request, we’ll add shadows and/or reflections to your Hollowman product images.
The back view is mostly comprised of a single photo and is merely clipped.
Keywords: Inlay retouching, hollow man retouching, neck joint work, invisible mannequin, collar retouch