Nondestructive cleanup


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Nondestructive cleanup

I'm a huge advocate of a non-destructive workflow in Photoshop. And what that means is that instead of working directly on the pixels, on my background image layer for example, I want to work with separate layers. And that include both adjustments that just alter the appearance of the image, as well as all of my image clean-up work, creative effects, anything that I'm doing. In the context of image clean-up, what that means for the most part is that whenever possible, we're going to use a separate image layer for our clean up. This certainly isn't mandatory, but I consider it to be very, very important in terms of maximizing your flexibility. The ability to go back and change your mind.

Maybe to decide you didn't actually want to clean something up. Or perhaps you didn't do the best job possible in that clean up and you'd like to go back and fix it a little bit. I'll give you simple example. In this image we have some blemishes as it were som...

Nondestructive cleanup
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Nondestructive cleanup 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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