Adjust color with the Brush tool Photoshop CS6


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Adjusting color with the Brush tool

In this movie, we'll use the Brush tool to even out the coloring of the flesh tones as well as knock down some of the shine on the model's forehead. And if you zoom in on the makeup underneath the model's eyes, you can see that it doesn't quite match the coloring of the natural skin tones. You can see it's even more evident over here on the left-hand side. So we're going to take care of that problem using the Brush tool, which you'll find directly below the Healing Brush, and you can get to the tool by pressing the B key. And if for some reason you see some other tool in the slot, go ahead and click and hold on that tool and choose the Brush tool from the flyout menu.

Now I'm going to increase the size of my brush. If I was just starting just painting inside the image, I would paint with the foreground color, which by default is black. So I create this fuzzy black brush stroke. Obviously, that's not what I want. So I'll press Ctrl+Z or Command+Z on t...

Adjusting color with the Brush tool
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Adjusting color with the Brush tool provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS6 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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