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Old 03-16-2003, 06:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I had a shoot with a model over the weekend, and her complexion was a little rough. Is there a particular tool in photoshop that would aleviate the problem?
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Try the Healing Brush Tool.....
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...., I find it works great.

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And I'll see what I can do.
 
 
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I couldn't find that on PS 6.0
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Try this...
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http://www.photoman44.com/upload/brandihead1.jpg
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Re: Try the Healing Brush Tool.....
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It's only available in PS7.

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Old 03-16-2003, 10:31 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Not a tool, as such, but a technique.

First, go into the History pallette and create a "snapshot" of the original image. The use the gaussian blur filter and blur the heck out of it. Make another snapshot in the history pallette.

Now, in the history pallette, click on the space next to the blurred snapshot. This sets that snapshot as the source for the history tool.

Next, click on the unblurred snapshot. That makes this snapshot the current image.

Then use the history brush tool to brush away any irregularites. Works great on small wrinkles, zits, etc.

It's a lot easier to DO than it is to describe. Try it!

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http://www.garageglamour.com/tips/ar.../snapshots.php
 
 
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The tip gbelton gave you is outlined at
http://www.garageglamour.com/tips/ar.../snapshots.php

The example you provided was too small to really notice any major difference. However, if she her complexion is really bad then you will have to take samples from areas other than her face when you do the healing brush. The healing brush is used to copy texture. Since her face (from what you indicated) is rather rough, taking the sample from another area of her face shouldn't really do that much. So try taking a sample from her arm.

Lastly, one technique that is used is to soften everything up in the picture. Here is what you do.
1) Open the image on its own layer.
2) Duplicate the layer so there are two copies of the pictures, each on its own layer.
3) Blur the top layer by about 1.0
4) Create a layer mask on the top layer and choose revel all
5) Paint in black on the layer mask where you want to bring back the detail from the layer below. You will want to bring back her eyes, eyebrows and lips.

This will in essence create a softness to the entire image but her eyes will still be sharp. If you choose too big a gaussean blur you will make her look plastic.
 
 
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Try this tutorial:

http://www.robertbiggerstaff.com/skin.htm
 
 
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