Bringing Back Details

Bringing Back Details

By Heather Michelle Chinn

Painter Master Heather Michelle Chinn shows you how to bring back select photographic details in your painting for the perfect finish. On the Resaturation panel, you have a choice of Soft Edge or Hard Edge cloner brushes. The Soft Edge brush will give you a very subtle and light effect, whereas the Hard Edge brush will give you a heavier and more obvious effect. Use these brushes to lightly brush over the areas where you want to bring back the detail from your photo. To bring back even more detail, you can brush over the areas again.

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