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What Makes Collaborations Successful: Retoucher Anna Glen, Wet Noodles

December 20, 2017

By Conor Risch

© Emily Shur

Emily Shur’s fashion story for Paper magazine. Anna Glen says she’s learned to interpret her clients’ sometimes vague directions. “‘Make it more like Hah! More like Ahhh!’” usually means more contrast, she says. Click through to see images from some of Wet Noodles' clients.

Retoucher Anna Glen would probably prefer not to be mentioned or written about. She likes to “hide in the shadows,” she says, her work known only to herself and the photographers, ad agencies and editorial outlets that she works with. “If I’m doing my job correctly, no one knows that I’ve touched anything.” Glen is the owner of the Los...

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