Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Basic image cleanup, part of Photoshop CS6 for Photographers Quick Start.
When I'm capturing an image. I try to pay careful attention to any …blemishes that might appear in the frame. If possible I try to avoid those …blemishes in the original capture. Adjusting my position, or changing lenses …for example. To try to alter the overall appearance of …the scene to remove those distractions. Sometimes it's just not possible to …remove those distractions or you might not notice them when you're capturing the image. …But in any event you can clean those distractions up later in Photoshop. …Let's take a look at a basic image clean up work flow.…
That will serve you well for probably most of the image clean-up work you need …to do. I'll start off by creating a new image layer. …And this is going to be an empty image layer that I'll place my clean-up pixels onto. …In essence, what I'm doing is copying pixels from one portion of an image to …another portion of the image in order to cover up a blemish. …So at the bottom of the Layers panel, I'll click on the Create New Layer …
- A guided tour of Photoshop
- Setting up your environment
- Color modes, bit depth, and image resolution
- The Histogram
- File formats
- Basic adjustments
- Output workflow
Skill Level Beginner
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1. A Guided Tour
2. Setting Up Your Environment
3. Some Fundamentals
4. Basic Adjustments
5. Wrapping Up the Workflow
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