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1 Do Now: Do Not Log In. Take out your notebook and a pen. Good Morning Do Now: Do Not Log In. Take out your notebook and a pen. Good Morning Aim: In Photoshop, What is retouching ? Mr. Spaterella Technology Nov. 21

2 Retouching Retouching is the process of altering a photo or an image, usually to remove imperfections, such as spots stains, and other flaws.

3 Clone Stamp Tool The Clone Stamp tool is a retouching tool that lets you copy and paste pixels from one area of an image to another area.

4 Clone Stamp Tool You can then use the pixels that you’ve sampled (copied) either once or repeatedly to patch over flaws in an image or to remove larger unwanted elements. Shortcut: S You can then use the pixels that you’ve sampled (copied) either once or repeatedly to patch over flaws in an image or to remove larger unwanted elements. Shortcut: S Clone Stamp Tool

5 After selecting the clone stamp tool, Press and hold the Option key and then click the part of the image that contains the pixels you’d like to clone. The area on which you click is called the clone source.

6 Example of cloning the background to ‘erase’ a large image. Example of cloning the background to ‘erase’ a large image.

7 Example of duplicating the image.

8 Spot Healing Brush Tool The spot healing brush tool is one of Photoshop’s most useful and versatile retouching tools. Shortcut: J The spot healing brush tool is one of Photoshop’s most useful and versatile retouching tools. Shortcut: J Spot Healing Brush Tool

9 Using the Spot Healing Brush Tool involves 5 main steps: 1.Select Brush Settings 2.Choose a blending mode (leave as ‘Normal’) 3.Specify a healing method* 4.Apply the Spot healing brush Using the Spot Healing Brush Tool involves 5 main steps: 1.Select Brush Settings 2.Choose a blending mode (leave as ‘Normal’) 3.Specify a healing method* 4.Apply the Spot healing brush **Always use a brush with a diameter slightly larger than the area you’re trying to fix**

10 Sport Healing Brush Healing Method SPECIFY A HEALING METHOD: Proximity Match: samples pixels from around edge of the selection Create Texture: samples the pixels from inside the selection Content Aware: remove and repair texture based on the actual content of your image First, Try your fix by selecting ‘Content Aware’. If you don’t get satisfying results, undo your work (command Z), switch to the Proximity Match or Create Texture method and try again to see if your results improve.

11 Spot Healing Brush Tool With the Spot Healing Brush tool active, you paint directly onto the flawed area that you’d like to fix. You can paint either in strokes, by clicking and dragging, or on specific spots, by clicking and releasing. Once you click or paint over a flaw in the image, the Spot Healing Brush automatically samples nearby pixels and uses those pixels to fix the problem.

12 The Patch Tool The Patch tool is one of the quickest and most effective ways to retouch images in Photoshop. This tool lets you replace the pixels in a problematic area of an image with pixels from another, “clean” part of the same image. Type Shift + J to access this tool. The Patch tool is one of the quickest and most effective ways to retouch images in Photoshop. This tool lets you replace the pixels in a problematic area of an image with pixels from another, “clean” part of the same image. Type Shift + J to access this tool. Patch Tool

13 The Patch Tool The first step in using the Patch tool is to select the part of the image that you’d like to fix. Selecting parts of an image with the Patch tool works just like it does with standard Photoshop selection tools, such as the Lasso—you simply circle the target area while keeping the mouse button pressed down, then release the mouse button once you’ve circled the entire target area to finalize the selection. The first step in using the Patch tool is to select the part of the image that you’d like to fix. Selecting parts of an image with the Patch tool works just like it does with standard Photoshop selection tools, such as the Lasso—you simply circle the target area while keeping the mouse button pressed down, then release the mouse button once you’ve circled the entire target area to finalize the selection.

14 The Patch Tool 1.Select the targeted area that you want to fix. 2.Click and drag the selected target area to an area that you want to duplicate. 3.Finalize the duplicate selection 1.Select the targeted area that you want to fix. 2.Click and drag the selected target area to an area that you want to duplicate. 3.Finalize the duplicate selection


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