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Straightening photos with Content-Aware fill
Watch how Photoshop Elements Editor 12 generates content to fill the edges of a photograph when you try to straighten the image. Also learn how to clean up the image if the content-aware fill workflow generates any unwanted artifacts, using Healing Brushes or the Clone Stamp tool. Find out more in the Photoshop Elements 12 Essential Training course with Jan Kabili.
Lightroom 5 - Advanced Healing Brush and Visualization tool
Discover the new enhancements to Lightroom’s Advanced Healing Brush including the ability to heal and clone non-circular brush spots as well as remove easy-to-miss sensor dust using the new Visualization tool.
Fixing rips and creases
Learn how to repair creases and tears in a photograph. Bryan Hughes uses the Spot Healing Brush as well as the Content-Aware Fill and the Content-Aware Patch tools to make larger repairs within an image. Applies to the CC and CS6 versions of Photoshop. Learn more from the full courses at lynda.com.
Removing blemishes with the Spot Healing Brush and the Patch tool
Learn how to remove distracting elements in a photograph so the viewer can focus on the person in the image. Julieanne Kost uses the Clone tool, Spot Healing tool, and Healing Brush tools to enhance the image without compromising the character of the person. Applies to the CC and CS6 versions of Photoshop. Learn more from the full courses at lynda.com.
Building Shape Layers
Show: Learn After Effects CS6
Simple shapes—circles, squares, ellipses, and more—can be valuable building blocks in an animation. A rectangle shape can be a basic background for a lower-third title, or it can be the base of a complex, three-dimensional clone animation. In this movie, Ian Robinson introduces the fundamentals of building, transforming, and animating basic shapes.