In this tutorial, you will learn how to use spot healing brush tool. As the name suggests, it is used to retouch and repair spots on images. If your image has any slight imperfection such as blemishes or even small objects like leaves and bricks, this is the perfect tool to use. Keep reading to learn more about it.
Understanding Spot Healing Brush Tool
How to Use Spot Healing Brush Tool
Step 1- Select the Tool
After you have opened the image that you want to retouch, it is time to select the spot healing brush tool. If you are wondering where to find it, it is right underneath the Eye Dropper Tool in the Toolbar. There you will see the Healing Brush icon. When you click and hold on to it, it will reveal a few options to you. Make sure that you only select the spot healing brush tool. An easy way to recognize it is by its symbol which is a band-aid with a spot behind it.
Step 2- Choose a Brush Size
Now that the tool is selected, let us choose a brush size. An important point to realize here is that there are no right and wrong rules for this step, however, doing it in a certain way will save you a lot of time. The best way is to select a brush size that is slightly larger than the spot you are trying to heal.
The fastest method to choose brush size is by pressing the left bracket key to make it smaller and the right bracket key to make it larger.
Step 3- Blending Mode - How to Use Spot Healing Brush Tool
Step 4- Choose Healing Option
This is the most important step while learning how to use spot healing brush tool. This tool offers you three different options for healing an area.
Step 5- Sample All Layers
Step 6- Final Step
Conclusion - How to Use Spot Healing Brush Tool
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