Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Photoshop Lesson 3 - Healing Brush


Today we learned how to de-Frankentize a child. Except I haven't figured out how to get rid of the swollenness. I love this software! Oh, and by the way, for newer visitors, that's an old injury from April 4, 2008. I did not whack Jason in the face with a shovel again.


  1. Don't you love the healing brush?! I used it once to take a big cut off of Braden's nose; the picture was just too cute not to try to save. It also is great for removing blemishes, now you see them, now you don't. :) We only have photoshop elements and an old school version of adobe photoshop, but I dream one day of owning Adobe Photoshop CS3, you lucky girl!

  2. oh, i thought the gash and stitches might have had something to do with the HUGE knife in the background! Now, that could do some damage!! If only you could find a photoshop tool to dye my roots, then all my pictures would be ALMOST perfect!! Well, at least my fam pic on the blog!

  3. Carrie - yes, the healing brush is awesome! I'm sure photoshop elements is all I would need too. I guess having Photoshop is one of the perks to being married to a web developer.

    Amber- that's funny. It is kind of ironic that that knife is in the background. As for the roots - I didn't even notice. Black and white can do wonders. I gave up on fake hair coloring about 4 years ago. It's way too high maintenance. I'm sure I can figure a way to photoshop in some blonde highlights. And now I can pop all the zits I want. Life is good!