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retouching /repair tools
Patch tool
Healing Brush tool
(could be located
under healing brush
Combines selection of lasso tool and
color blending properties
Paints with sampled pixels and matches
texture, lighting, transparency, and
shading of sampled pixels to the pixels
being healed
Select an area you want to use as
the source, then drag to another
part of the image to replace the
selected pixels
ALT+click to sample an area, then
“paint” over the imperfections
Clone Stamp tool
Spot Healing Brush tool
Uses pixels from one area to replace
pixels from another.
Automatically samples pixels around
area you click to heal the problem areas
ALT+click to sample an area, then
“paint” over the imperfections. Use
the options bar to control brush
softness and opacity.
“Paint” over the imperfections
**TIP: When retouching photos, copy the
photo layer and do all your retouching
edits to the duplicated layer. Then change
the opacity of the duplicated layer to give
the photo a hint of realism.
How to Change the color of your eyes
1. Zoom into the eye and select the Quick Selection Tool from the toolbar.
2. Carefully select the first eye with the Quick Selection Tool by dragging the tool around the
eye with the mouse button held.
3. To select the second eye, do the same thing but hold down the Shift Key. You can add or
subtract from your selection at the top.
4. Then once you have them both selected, go to (Image>Adjustments>Hue/Saturation)
5. Adjust the Hue and Saturation until you find a new color for the eyes that you like.
How to Color Your Hair
Hue and Saturation
Select your hair using your favorite selection tool
Image –Adjustments -- Hue and Saturation to change your hair color
You can also change the opacity to make it look more real
Brush Tool
Use the brush tool and select a soft brush
Select a color and paint over your hair
You can also change the opacity to make it look more real
Adding a Tattoo
Ever thought about having a cool tattoo but not sure what it will look like?
You’re lucky to be Photoshop friendly. So think twice before making a tattoo, it’s permanent. And
removing a tattoo is a painful procedure leaving ugly scars on your skin. So before you decide on
one, why not design a tattoo first and then add that tattoo to your photos in Photoshop, and see
what it will look like?
1. Open your tattoo image in Photoshop.
2. Select the Magic Wand tool or use the Quick Selection tool to get rid of a white background.
3. Use the Move Tool place the tattoo where you want it.
4. If the tattoo is too large, you’ll need to resize it.
5. Select the layer. Press Command+T. Now you’re in Free Transform mode. Resize and rotate.
6. While still in Free Transform mode, right-click on the tattoo and select Warp:
7. Stretch it and distort it just enough to make it look like it’s really on your skin:
8. Apply changes by pressing Enter. You should come up with this:
9. Cool huh? You can add some text as well using almost the same technique. The only different
step will be rasterizing your text layer before Free Transforming it.
Magic Wand Tool
The Magic Wand tool is a selection tool that recognizes color variations. When you click on an area
of an image with the Magic Wand, all adjacent areas of similar color will be selected.
1. Choose the Magic Wand
2. In the Options bar, set the Tolerance to 20. (Lower numbers means fewer colors and less of
the image will be selected.)
3. Click on your background – a large part is selected
4. Click on another section of the background. The original selection remains, and a new
selection is added to it.
5. Continue clicking until all of it is selected.
6. Choose Select>Inverse. Instead of having the background selected, you now have everything
except the background selected.
7. Command + C to copy the selected area.
8. Go to your new document or another image.
9. Command + V to paste the copied image onto another image.
10. You can use the eraser tool to clean up any bits of the background that are still included with
your image. (in the Options bar, choose a fairly small, hard-edged brush)
Magic Eraser Tool
1. Open a picture in Photoshop
2. Select the Magic Eraser Tool
a. With this tool you will just click to select the white area that you want to get rid of
3. Save your file or use the move tool to move it to another area in your photo