How To Use Cloning, Repairing And Healing Photoshop Tutorials

Learn how to clone, heal and repair your images to create perfect pictures.

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It's always good to get your shots right in-camera but there are times when this isn't possible. For example, you may have a few shots from the zoo where bars spoil the shot or have a distracting object in the background of a portrait you didn't notice when you took the shot or it was impossible to avoid. In these cases, you can use Photoshop to fix your photos. ePHOTOzine has covered healing, cloning and repairing in various tutorials so if you want need to brush-up on your photo editing knowledge or just want to learn a new skill, click on the following links: 

 

1. How To Use Photoshop's Healing Tools

 

2. How To Repair Images In Photoshop

 

3. Repair Your Butterfly Images In Photoshop

 

4. Introduction To The Clone Stamp Tool

 

5. Remove Unwanted Items From Images

 

6. Using The Healing Brush (And Other Tools)

 

7. Fixing Red Eye In Photoshop

 

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4 Oct 2015 9:11PM
You described the all repairing actions for photos nicely. I have gotten all my problems related to repairing techniques. Thanks!

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