Learning and Setting Healing Brush Presets – Professional Photoshop Portrait Retouch Series – Part II
A lot of you might see Part II of the PPR (Professional Portrait Retouch) Series and decide to skip it because you already know how to use the Healing Brush Tool. Don’t!
In this Photoshop video tutorial, we are not only going to be going over how the Healing Brush works, we are also going to show you when and why it doesn’t work well. We will then show you how to setup Healing Brush Presets to make the Healing Brush Tool far more effective in your editing.
If you haven’t watched the previous parts to the PPR Series, then please catch up by watching the prior videos below:
Part I – Adobe Camera Raw Editing and Importing into Photoshop
Part II – Learning and Setting the Healing Brush Presets
Part III – Healing Blemishes and Unwanted Detail
Part IV – Diminishing Eye and Age Lines
Part V – Correcting Skin Tone Shifts and Tan Lines
Part VI – Softening Skin When Necessary
Part VII – Retouching the Eyes
Part VIII – Cleaning Up Stray Hair and Other Detail
Part IX – Enhancing and Sharpening Image Details
Part X – Final Color Adjustments
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Full RAW Exercise File (13MB) – This full RAW file will allow you to follow the tutorial while achieving the exact same results as shown.
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