Trick to Customize the Spot Healing Brush Tool in Photoshop and Do More

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AWESOME Technique to Energize the Spot Healing Brush Tool in Photoshop and Highly Boost its Accuracy! Thus, saving tons of time and making your workflow faster and better. Right from removing shiny flash hotspots to reducing wrinkles and blemishes, we have a lot of real-world examples to get a good grasp of the concept and its application. Learn how to Customize the Spot Healing with Blend Modes and specify exactly how you want things to be replaced or removed.

In this tutorial, we will learn how to work with the Spot Healing brush tool along with Lighten and Darken Blend modes and its several applications. We will start off by understanding the fundamentals of how it works and then look at several examples where we combine it with opacity, layers, and blend modes. I hope this video helps you. Thank you for watching!

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22 thoughts on “Trick to Customize the Spot Healing Brush Tool in Photoshop and Do More

  1. Yes. Very well done. So many of the tricks Photoshop can do are so well hidden that it isn't easy to discover them. Who in their right mind would think to put the cursor to the right of a layer thumbnail and right click. Wow. A whole bag of secret goodies. Thanks.

  2. I was watching this and I didn't know my mom was behind me watching and she just flat out shouted "NO!!! I WANT THE WRINKLES REMOVED!" lol

  3. Best food I ever had. I have been struggling with severly scratched dark areas in old photo resturation. Darken mode on a separet layer just solved this for me. There are many other problems in restoration I am still struggling with. It would be nice to have a tutorial on that. Most often these are bw pictures or sepia and the problems are for example clouds of scratches and wear, silvering and corse noise that are difficult to solve with the stamp tool or spot healing brush. If I could tell ps to fill in light on dark or dark on light in an efficient way I would be the happiest chap in the universe.

  4. 12:58 tends to happen a lot with me when I'm trying to remove blemishes. Why do surrounding areas appear like that? How can I fix it, like if I am trying to remove tattoos from a picture that are very close together, it just tends to add more of those tattoos that are close together, how do I fix that so it does not happen?

  5. When ever I use photoshop it says could not do this not enough RAM
    Can anyone tell me whats tha issueeeee? It suckss

  6. I love your work. I got a lot of help for photoshop because of your videos. thankyou so much for sharing these tips. I was wondering what laptop you use (only because my laptop lags alot while doing heavy stuff).

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