Brush hardness considerations


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Brush hardness considerations

Several of the tools that you'll use for image cleanup are actually brush tools which means we're using them to paint onto our image. Specifically in most cases to paint pixels in order to cover up a blemish. I want to share an issue related to brushes that might surprise you in terms of best approach to image cleanup. And that relates to the hardness of the brush that you're using. We'll start off with the Clone Stamp tool. I'm going to create a new layer, and I'll just call this layer Clone Stamp, since we're currently working with the Clone Stamp tool.

I'll choose the Clone Stamp from the toolbox. Now I don't want you to worry too much about exactly what I'm doing in the image. I just want you to contemplate this issue of brush hardness, and think about it when you're working with these tools later. I'll go ahead and zoom in on a portion of the image, and I've got some good texture here. So this'll make it reasonabl...

Brush hardness considerations
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Brush hardness considerations provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop CS6 Image Cleanup Workshop

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