Clone first, then heal


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Clone first, then heal

I would like to take this opportunity to give you some strategies on how to get more effective healing when you're trying to take out details of a particular image. So in this example, my lovely knee here is in the bottom right-hand corner and I want to get rid of that distraction. So I'm going to zoom in a little bit here and will hold down Spacebar to pan that out. We're going to get rid of this knee. Like we have said before, we want to put our results on a new blank layer to save file size there, so I'm going to do that. I'm going to get my Healing Brush tool. We'll make the Brush size a bit larger by using our Right Bracket key, and we're ready to start sampling this. Okay, we want to make sure that our Sample is set to All Layers, which it is, and then we'll take a sample by holding down the Option key or Alt and then new to CS4, it's kind of nice, we actually going to get a preview of the source before you actually start painting, which is ve...

Clone first, then heal
Video duration: 2m 47s 6h 21m Intermediate

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Clone first, then heal provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS4 Power Shortcuts

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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