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Photo Enhancement

Do you have scratches in your photos or an imperfection that you’d like to remove? The Scratch Remover tool or the Clone Brush can help you out. Do you have areas of your photo that are too dark or too light? The Dodge Brush and the Burn Brush could help you out. Are there areas where you’d like to make localized adjustments to the lightness or saturation? The Change To Target Brush might be what you want. Let’s take a look at these and other photo enhancement tools.

Using the Scratch Remover

The Scratch Remover can be used to get rid of a scratch or a hair on the scan of a photo. Scratch Remover can also be used to eliminate other imperfections as well. For example, if the subject of a portrait has wrinkles that you’d like to remove, try the Scratch Remover with its Width set to the width of a wrinkle. For something wider, like a mole, just set the Width to a larger value and drag over the mole. The Scratch Remover blends the area you drag across with the background at the edges of the tool’s bounding box. It works best where the background is relatively smooth. (For more complex backgrounds, the Clone Brush is a better choice of tool.)


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