|But you can tone that down so it is almost not there.
And it’s easy to do.
|Start by opening your photo, then select “layer” then “new layer”|
|Then while on that new layer. Select your paint brush, and when you choose the color choose a color right next to the light spot. Like the brown in my hair to get rid of that sun spot.|
|Then paint the light spot with that color.|
|Now the sun whiting out faces and glaring on your hair was just a thing of the past.
( I also enhanced the photo with a great PS action free from HERE)
Tomorrow I have one final tip to wrap up photoshop week
Jessica at Me Sew Crazy
This has been a wonderful series, still have yet to get and conquer photoshop! Need to bookmark all of these tutorials though for that fateful day 🙂
Thank you for this tutorial 🙂
I love your blog!! I wanted to personally invite you to submit some links to “Or so she says…” (www.oneshetwoshe.com) for a potential guest post. <br /><br />Here’s a link explaining how they work: http://www.oneshetwoshe.com/2008/12/yep-you-can-be-guest-blogger-here-on-or.html<br /><br />Thanks <br /><br />Mariel
What does it mean to ‘flatten the layers’?
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