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Remove Glasses Digitally - Photoshop Tutorial

Retouch a photo using the Clone Stamp tool, the Healing Brush, and a few other tools. While I'll show you how to remove a woman's glasses, the process works on other aspects, too.

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Basic Photo Retouching - Photoshop Video Tutorial

Setting up your document, using Liquify and the Clone Stamp.

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A Clone Stamp Tool for Everyone - Photoshop Video Tutorial

Are you new to Photoshop? Have you been trying to teach yourself the basics of Photoshop but have found the amount of educational material available on the net a bit overwhelming?

Today’s tutorial will explain a little about retouching images and cloning non-destructively and wisely.
Tutorial Details

* Program: Adobe Photoshop
* Difficulty: Beginner
* Estimated Completion Time: 6 Minutes

Let’s get started!

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Creating Stamps - Photoshop Video Tutorial

In this free video tutorial we will show you how to create your very own rubber stamps using Adobe Photoshop.

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Remove a Timestamp from a Photo! - Photoshop Video Tutorial

If you have done a lot of Photography you probably have accidentally left the timestamp feature of yours (or somebody else's!) Camera on, or maybe didn't realize it was on. Whatever the case the results are the same, that horrible, horrible timestamp that plasters itself across a corner of you image. By the end of this Tutorial you will know how to remove that using several of Photoshop's Retouching tools. Enjoy!

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How to Give Someone Bruises - Photoshop Video Tutorial

This week, Bert promotes physical violence...through Photoshop. A once pleasant headshot is tragically retouched with bruises, discoloration and swellings, by utilizing the clone stamp tool and liquify filter.

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