Come along with me as I unveil a highly efficient technique for removing dust, lint, and hair from dark-colored wardrobe that you might encounter while working with clients.
Clothing Editing – Dust, Lint, Hairs
As portrait photographers, we may encounter situations where we need to use Photoshop to remove unwanted elements such as dust, dirt, lint, or hair from our client’s wardrobes. You might be thinking, “Just use the clone stamp, spot healing, or patch tool,” and you would be correct. However, I have discovered a more efficient and less time-consuming method that I would like to share with you today in this first part of a series of tutorials on editing clothing.
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Angel Kuklo –
Excellent tip. Thanks.
Nina Hickey –
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Melissa Jolivette –
I cannot wait to try this!!
Thanks for sharing!!
Clifton Yaney –
Great time saver, Daniel – thanks. This is a very efficient and clean way of fixing pesky spots, hairs, and other time-wasters!
Ben Grant –
Chad Kotter –
Very helpful. I am in the process of learning Photoshop, and methods like this are very useful!