Photoshop Top 40 Countdown with Deke McClelland: #22 – the Healing Brush

Published by | Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

Be they pits, pock marks, or pimples, we all suffer blemishes that we wish we didn’t. Or so we would were it not for Photoshop’s Healing Brush. This amazing tool grafts good skin onto bad—and heals the seams in between. This week, Deke shares his techniques for using the Healing Brush to its full potential.

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One Response to “Photoshop Top 40 Countdown with Deke McClelland: #22 – the Healing Brush”

  1. Larry Pilon says:

    I tried doing the clone source option which you mentioned on CS6. When I put the negative into the Width Box it brought up an error which states: A value between 1.0% and 400.0% is required. Closest value inserted. It then changes it to 1.0%

    I am using the healing brush.

    Larry Pilon

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