Using the better Healing brush


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Using the better Healing brush

I've once again restored the original version of Patchy.tiff, found inside the 09_retouch_heal folder. And now we are going to switch up to what I consider to be the best healing cloning tool in all of Photoshop. This guy right there, the Healing Brush tool. And the keyboard shortcut is J, courtesy of Adobe. But I like to think of J as almost being a letter in the word surgery. So go ahead and select the tool. And now let's zoom in on that detail to the right of the girl's nose here. And if I just click on it then Photoshop is going to scold me.

And it's going to say Alt-click to define a source point to be used to repair the image. And the only difference on the Mac is it says Option-click. What it means by a source point is what do you want to clone? You have to specify that by Alt clicking on the stuff you want to clone. And then clicking or dragging to clone it. All right so go ahead and click OK. And you typically want to find a source that's near to the stuff that ...

Using the better Healing brush
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Using the better Healing brush provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the Photoshop CS5 One-on-One: Fundamentals

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Design Photography
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Photoshop
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