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Old 07-22-2011, 12:36 PM   #13
John Spragens
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Originally Posted by terrie View Post
Photoshop's Healing brush does make life much easier but it can be quite tedious
Definitely makes me feel good about investing in a Wacom tablet. Much easier with a stylus than with a mouse, especially for small spots.

With a mouse, you have to reduce the brush size appropriately, then kick it back up when you're dealing with larger spots. With the tablet, you can take advantage of the pressure sensitivity to modulate the size of the spot you're affecting, up to the brush size you've set for the tool.

So, for example, I tend to work with a brush size set to 19 pixels most of the time, but by using light pressure I can blip out dust motes as small as a single pixel (assuming the surrounding area has appropriate values for the spot healing brush to sample).


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