How To Remove Unwanted Blemishes and Imperfections: Easy Photoshop Tutorial — SkillShare — Free download

Feeling overwhelmed with Photoshop? I want to show you 2 very simple ways to: Remove Any Blemish or Imperfection.

Blemishes and imperfections in your photos can be so frustrating, but I’m going to show you 2 ways you can remove them from any kind of picture!
From taking out unwanted spots on skin, removing people from your peaceful beach scene or having that perfect, tourist-free, photo – this skill will be one you’ll want to have.

You will learn how to:

  • Import images into Photoshop
  • Find and Use the Clone Tool
  • Adjusting Clone Tool Settings
  • Using the Content Aware Fill Tool
  • Tweaking and Blending left over space
  • Edit working with Textured Backgrounds
  • and much more!

 

I’ll show you how to confidently find and use the tools needed to remove and adjust imperfections through a couple of exercises you can follow along with. I’ll walk you through how to add images to your canvas, use the clone tool to edit, use the Content Aware Fill Tool and make adjustments so that it looks great!
I’ll also show you some helpful tips and tricks along the way that I find super useful when working in Photoshop.

This course is aimed at complete beginners who want to learn something about Photoshop, but don’t know where to start!

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Course content: https://www.skillshare.com/classes/How-To-Remove-Unwanted-Blemishes-and-Imperfections-Easy-Photoshop-Tutorial/1963812975

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