Giulia is a guitarist and aspiring graphic designer with amazing hair. Has a fascination with wolves and wants to live in a farm.
We got in touch because a friend of mine did a shoot with her, so I asked her if I could take a few improvised shots. Again, I didn’t know her well so this was a good opportunity to test my model direction skills.
I also tried extensively for the first time a retouching technique known as frequency separation, which allows to separate the skin texture (high frequency) from the color information and lighting on a macro scale (low frequency). By doing so, you can retouch the skin imperfections in a way that doesn’t effect the tonality of the areas you work on, and vice-versa.