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In this video, Creative Ice Media Group shows you how to remove acne spots in Photoshop.
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What’s up YouTube, Creative Ice Designs here, and I’m going to show you how to remove acne. Lately I have been doing a lot of clone stamp tool videos and the reason why is coz I’m going to do like many, many videos on showing you how to do different things of all these tools. And, I just happened to start on clone stamp tool. So let’s get at it. Open your image into Photoshop and unlock the layer by double clicking on the lock. Press OK and zoom in. Click in the clone stamp tool which is the one underneath the brush. Click on it. And, let’s choose a small brush, okay? And, what you want to do is press alt and it will make a circle with a cross inside it. And, get pretty close to the spot, and click. Okay, and that just like clones it. And, start clicking away, and as you can see I got rid of that. Now again, click near it, and click. Okay, I’m going to do mine quite quick. But I want you to take lots of time on yours. Reason being is to make it look, to make the skin look as smooth as possible and not out of place. You need to take time on it. I’d say roughly around 10 to 15 minutes. Mine is going to be a few minutes only because I don’t want to make the video any longer than it should be. I’m just showing you what to do, okay. This works for acne, zits, anything’. I got a video where, how to remove tattoos. How to remove bruises using the same technique. You can remove unwanted objects. Okay, last bit. Okay. And as you can see, the acne’s gone. It’s not entirely gone. I don’t want to spend too much time on it. But, there’s a big difference from what it was to what it is now. Now the trick is, go ahead and duplicate this image, press control U at the same time and put saturation to -100, press OK, and go soft light. What this does is, evens out, not evens out entirely but, it evens out the colors a bit. And, makes it a bit harder to notice the acne and spots or whatever you want to call it.