Join Tony Harmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the Spot Healing Brush, part of Photoshop for the iPad First Look.
- [Instructor] So now that I've cropped this image, … I've given myself a small problem … where I've rotated it around … and I have some areas at the side … that obviously aren't part of the picture. … I'd also like to remove the electric fence here … that keeps the herd nice and safe … from the traffic that passes through the park. … I'll deal with the edges first, … and I'm using the heel tool, … which you can see here is just one click south … of the middle of the Toolbox. … And it also has its own tool options here. … Of course you can change the size of the brush as desired, … and underneath that the hardness … if you want a soft-edged brush just there you can have that, … and with the ellipses for the total options … if you turn that on you can see there is a check … for sampling all layers. … Great if you want to do non-destructive heeling, of course. … You could add a blank layer … and work on the current and below. … In fact, if I turn that on just here … it isn't showing anything at the moment …
- Opening a document
- Exploring the interface
- Making selections
- Working on masks
- Creating layers and layer groups
- Adding adjustment layers
- Retouching images
- Using blending modes
- Exporting from Photoshop for the iPad
Skill Level Beginner
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Cloud documents2m 38s
1. Getting Started
2. Making Selections and Masks
3. Working with Layers
5. Retouching and Blending
6. Composite Projects
7. Publishing and Exporting
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