Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Mixing and matching cleanup tools, part of Photoshop CS6 Image Cleanup Workshop.
Sometimes getting the best results in image cleanup involves not so much …figuring out what the best tool for the job is but what the best several tools …for the job might be. In other words mixing and maching our …cleanup tools in order to help us get the best results. …The Spot Healing Brush tool with the content aware feature is one of my go to tools. …I use it the most for cleaning up an image. …But sometimes the blending behavior of this Spot Healing Brush actually causes a …little bit of a problem. Let's take a look at an example here, we …have a photograph of a goat and this particular goat has left some things …behind that I'd like to remove from the image here.…
I'll go ahead and create a new layer to perform my clean up work on. …I'll click on the Create New Layer button at the bottom of the Layers panel and …then I'll double-click on the name of the layer and I'll just call this Cleanup. …So that I know that this layer was used to cleanup some blemishes from the image. …I'm going to start off with the Spot Healing Brush tool just to illustrate …
- The ethics of cleanup
- Reviewing the image
- Nondestructive cleanup
- Cleanup tools and techniques
- Removing strong color casts
- Gradient adjustments
- Extending the frame
- Using multiple exposures to remove subjects from an image
Skill Level Beginner
1. Cleanup Concepts
2. Cleanup Tools
3. Cleanup Techniques
4. Advanced Cleanup Techniques
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