Last week, I wrote about my Pop Phone Handset and took photos of it on my table-for-two Ikea dining table. Before the shoot, I wiped the vinyl tablecloth with a microfiber cloth to brush away Taco’s hair (which in only one week has taken over the house in the form of balls of pug-hair tumbleweed). Only after I imported the photos into Photoshop did I notice the lint and specks of dust that my lousy microfiber cloth had missed. No worries, though — Spot Healing Brush to the rescue!
Spot Healing Brush defined by Adobe:
“It paints with sampled pixels from an image or pattern and matches the texture, lighting, transparency, and shading of the sampled pixels to the pixels being healed… the Spot Healing Brush doesn’t require you to specify a sample spot.”
How I Use It:
The Spot Healing Brush is really easy to use. (1) I always magnify my image to make accurate touch ups. Then, I select the Spot Healing Brush tool from the Tool Box. Next, with a (3) small brush, I use the (4, 5) default settings to (6) brush over any blemishes or imperfections. It couldn’t be any easier!