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Okay, hello this is Clayton Jenkins and today I will be showing you how to do a quick touch up on your portraits. Okay, so here’s a picture of me as you can see, I have some blemishes here and there and my teeth could be whiter so we’re going to go to work. Okay, you’ll notice over here, your patch tool, should be underneath your little appendage, go and select a freckle or blemish that you want to remove and don’t duplicate it, change that to source and repeat. Okay, that certainly looks pretty good, yup, that’s looking better. Okay now I want to whiten my teeth and eyes, okay so I’m going to show you the easy way how to do it with your Dodge tool, change it to your Midtones and the Exposure to 50% or lower depending on preference. Here you go, now I’m going to come in here and soften my teeth up a little bit cause they look all funny, so I’m going to go to my blur tool and just barely soften it up, that might have been a little too much, okay, and there you have it; there’s a really, really easy way to touch up your face, I’m going to take it one step further and pump up the contrast as to hair, so there you go, thanks for watching this tutorial, if you like it please subscribe and that was the easiest way, now this one’s the easiest ways to touch up a face in Photoshop.