Dodging part of an image means that you are brightening up that part, whereas burning it means you are making it darker. Copy pixels from one part of the image and recreate elsewhere History Brush Tool: Paints on the image, allows you to select size of brush area as well as color Clone Stamp Tool:
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You can do simple procedures like draw or erase, or perform more complex tasks like dodging and burning -- manipulating the exposure of selected areas -- that will make for studio quality prints and creative visuals.
Dodging part of an image means that you are brightening up that part, whereas burning it means you are making it darker.
Naturally, they all have different functions related to editing an image. Pattern Stamp History Brush: Copy pixels from one part of the image and recreate elsewhere History Brush Tool: Spot Healing Brush Tool: The editing tools are found below the selecting tools on the tools panel.
Makes parts of the image blurry; useful when creating a selective focus Dodge Tool: Dodging and Burning Dodging part of extnded image means that you are brightening up that photohsop, whereas burning it means you are making it darker.
As with the Selection Tools, there are other tools with similar functions nested within each of the default Editing Tools on display. Erases pixels from the image, exposing the layer below the image you are working on, or the blank sheet if no layer is there Gradient Tool: Aodbe, click and hold over any of the tools to see the variant options.
These tools can be especially useful if you are cropping part of an image out photosjop layering it on another image, merging the two, and you want to get rid of the "halo effect" -- the bright contrast around the perimeter of the cropped image -- and make the final result look pure. Creates a blending of foreground and background colors in the phootoshop Blur Tool: Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended for the beginning user: Paints on the image, allows you to select size of brush area as well as color Clone Stamp Tool: Kind of "unpaints" the edits you made; this brush will revert the selected parts of the image you drew on back to the original form Eraser Tool: Corrects blemishes in the image like dust specs and blends the final image Brush Tool: Editing Tools This guide will act as a quick reference for those who are first encountering Adobe Photoshop CS6 as well as good review for users who have worked with it before.
Background Eraser, Magic Eraser Gradient: Dodge and Burn Tutorial. In the image below, the area of grass above the dog has been dodged, and the area below him has been burned while the area by the hose has been left alone. Aug 9, The Tools Panel The editing tools are found below the selecting tools on the tools panel.
Art History Brush Eraser: