February 2005
Digital Quick Guide: Digital Portrait Photography 101;2005, p72
Book Chapter
Chapter 34 of the book "DIGITAL PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY 101" is presented. It discusses the use of the healing brush tool of Adobe Photoshop in removing small blemishes, dust spots, marks, or wrinkles in retouching digital image. It also emphasizes the difference between healing brush and clone tool in which the healing brush automatically blends the sampled tonality with area surrounding the blemish or mark.


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