You’ve seen it appear on the edges of stuff (like on the edges of this castle in Ireland – below), and it’s surprisingly easy to get rid of ’em fast (and easy).
Hope you found this helpful. 🙂
In case you missed it on Monday, our Photoshop Conference is coming up in just a few weeks
It’s two full days, all live online with with two simultaneous training tracks, and an incredible team of instructors. Best of all, it’s all online, so everybody, everywhere can attend, and it’s so affordable anybody can be a part of it. Hundreds of photographers have already signed up – you can too at https://kelbyonelive.com/photoshop-conference – sign up right now to get the best pricing.
I also just released a new Portrait Retouching for Photographers class
25 Quick & Easy Portrait Retouching Techniques for Photographers
We also just released a Photoshop class I did on “25 Quick and Easy Portrait Retouching Techniques for Photographers.” I wanted photographers who wind up doing their own retouching to have a resource where they could go and quickly learn exactly the particular retouch they need to know right now for the image they’re working on. So, if they needed to learn how to trim eyebrows, there’s a quick lesson on just that. Hotspots? Check. One eye higher than the other? Got it. Need to reduce wrinkles — go right to that lesson and there it is — quick and easy. Hope you’ll give it a look.
Have a great weekend, everybody. Safe safe and sane and we’ll catch you next week. 🙂
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Should have mentioned the eyedropper tool!