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High-end retouching seminar comes to London, 15-17 November

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General, by Anna-lisa Saywell

Award-winning retoucher Pratik Naik reveals his industry secrets in London, with final few tickets available!

Train to Create, sponsored by Wacom, presents a weekend of workshops with award-winning, industry professional Pratik Naik.

Wacom sponsor Train to Create

The seminars focus on high-end beauty retouching and will involve Naik’s industry secrets, with a look into his Photoshop and editing techniques for retouching hair and make-up, with a strong magazine ‘print-ready’ appeal.

Kicking off on 15th November with a seminar for the students of the London College of Fashion (and for those with pre-booked tickets), the session will feature key industry experts who talk about their experiences working in today’s creative markets.

The workshop is not compulsory, but acts as a ‘warm-up’ for the sessions following on Saturday and Sunday.

More information about the weekend can be found on Train to Create‘s official website, and limited tickets are available priced at £299 (for the Saturday or the Sunday session).

About Pratik Naik

Pratik Naik, aka Solsticeretouch, is the 2012 winner of the Faward ‘Best Retoucher of the Year’. His clients include Vogue, Marie Claire, Elle, Zink, FHM, Cosmopolitan, Maxim, Observer, Papercut and many more. He also has extensive experience of working with well-known photographers such us Joey L, Lara Jade, Anuska Menon, Michelle Fennel and many more. Further information at

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