Cleaning up an image with spot healing, cloning, and healing


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Cleaning up an image with spot healing, cloning, and healing

Here, let's go ahead and take a look at how we can use the Spot Healing Brush in order to really clean up this photograph. Let's say that we have a vision for this image and the vision is to really focus in on this hand-painted sign with all of these different rust streaks. What we want to do is we want to remove some of the distracting elements like the hose and some of the poles. Well, let's copy our background layer, press Command+J or Ctrl+J. Let's go ahead and name this new layer c1 for cleanup 1. Next, we're going to select the Spot Healing Brush. Make sure Content-Aware is turned on.

Then we'll go ahead and make our brush just a little bit bigger than the area I want to work on, which in this case we're going to start off with this pole here, and I'll go ahead and click and drag along this area and just make my way down to the bottom of the image here, and then once I get there let go, and that will help me really remove that. Now, if there are any pro...

Cleaning up an image with spot healing, cloning, and healing
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Cleaning up an image with spot healing, cloning, and healing provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS5 for Photographers

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