Retouching blemishes


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Retouching blemishes

When you're working on a portrait, whether it's a professional portrait, or a picture of a friend, you can try to make the skin look better by removing any unwanted blemishes. To do that, I'll use the Healing Brush tools here in the Full Photo Edit workspace. When I'm retouching, I like to be zoomed into 100%. So I'll get the Zoom tool, I'll go up to the options bar, and I'll click the 1:1 button there. Here I see a couple of blemishes I'd like to remove, so I'll go to the toolbar, and I'll click on the tool that looks like a band-aid. From the flyout menu, I'm going to start with the Spot Healing Brush tool.

Then I'll move into the image and I'll find a spot that I want to remove, say this dark area right here. I'll make the brush tip just big enough to cover that spot. I'll do that by using the bracket keys on the keyboard, which are located just to the right of the P key. Each time I press the right bracket key, the brush tip ...

Retouching blemishes
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Retouching blemishes provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Up and Running with Photoshop Elements 10

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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