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Part IV:  Fine-Tuning Your Image  >  Using Other Editing Tools

Chapter 11. Using Other Editing Tools

Photoshop includes a number of editing tools that you can use to touch up specific areas of an image or layer. Many of the techniques resemble traditional techniques used to correct a photo during development. You can adjust the focus of a particular area, enhance the intensity of an area, or use other techniques such as filling an area with color. In this chapter, you learn how to:

Add blurring or smudging to an area

Sharpen an area

Use the eraser tools to erase to the background color or transparency

Erase all of a particular color on a layer using the magic eraser

Add a gradient or fill an area with color

Dodge, burn, or sponge an area

Use new tools to fix scratches, spots, and imperfections


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