Cleaning up the image


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Cleaning up the image

Now that we've done a black-and-white adjustment, we can maybe see a little more of the damage. It'd be a good time to come back and repair some more of it. Let's bring it up here close. See all these little specs? They were there before of course, but they might be a little more obvious now. If you're going to use your Clone Stamp tool of course. Again, make a new blank layer, but let's start off using our Healing brush. So we want to combine our layers: Shift+ Ctrl+Alt+E, Shift+Command+Option+E on a Mac.

Let's go over and get our Spot Healing brush. I'm in Photoshop CS5, and I'm going to use Content-Aware. Just began tapping on your specs. You can lower your brush size with your open bracket key, and the opposite, your close bracket key to make it larger. And just start healing some more damage. You can switch up your tools; in fact, it's--in fact, I encourage you to do so.

If you find an area things look too rough, just go over, grab your Patch too...

Cleaning up the image
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Cleaning up the image provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Janine Smith as part of the Photo Restoration with Photoshop

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