Practical Photoshop


Photoshop’s healing tools let you cover up distracting details in your photos, so they’re handy for all kinds of images – from tidying unwanted figures or sensor marks in a landscape, to removing spots, pimples and blemishes appearing on a subject’s skin.

There are three tools we’ll look at here: the Spot Healing Brush, the Healing Brush and the Patch Tool. These are

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