ReTouch blemishes with the Spot Removal tool Photoshop CC


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Retouching blemishes with the Spot Removal tool

Although the Spot Removal tool was initially designed to remove spots that appear on your image as a result of having dust on your sensor. It can also be used to make basic corrections, such as removing a blemish or other distracting items in your image. So, let's select this portrait image and then use the keyboard shortcut Cmd+R on Mac or Ctrl+R on Windows in order to open that in Camera Raw. As long as the spots that we're going to look at are small, they'll be easy to remove in Camera Raw. In order to select the Spot Removal brush, we can either select it from the tools, or we can tap the B key. You'll notice that there are two types of spot removal. You can either use the Heel or the Clone.

When you choose Clone, Camera Raw will make an exact duplicate of one area and put it in another area. If you select Heal, then instead of making an exact duplicate, Camera Raw will try to blend in the edges of the image. So that it's not noticeable that you'...

Retouching blemishes with the Spot Removal tool
Video duration: 4m 35s 14h 58m Beginner Updated Oct 06, 2014

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Retouching blemishes with the Spot Removal tool provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CC Essential Training

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