Introduction to Resaturation

Introduction to Resaturation

By Heather Michelle

Understanding how resaturation affects the process of cloning a photo into painting can have a dramatic effect on your finished piece. Resaturation controls how much of your photo you want to clone. Leave resaturation set very low to give your photo an impressionist look, or high to retain finer details from the photo.

In this tutorial you will learn:

  • Tips on brush selection
  • Turning on Clone Mode
  • Effects of Resaturation

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