This Music Video Shows an Unreal Amount of Retouching in Real Time

By Andrew Liszewski on at

Deep down we all know that every photo, everything we see on TV, and every movie that hits the silver screen has been digitally retouched to some extent. Most of the time those enhancements are kept secret, but directors Bálint Nagy and Nándor Lőrincz have put them front and centre in their video for Boggie's Nouveau Parfum.

Obviously this isn't exactly how it's done. Doing these types of corrections on moving footage requires extensive masking, tracking, and rotoscoping. But the unseen artist working to 'improve' this artist gets the point across—which version really is more attractive, the before or after? [Vimeo via designboom]