3 Ways to Remove Hot Spots, Highlights, or Shine from Portraits in Photoshop

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Discover 3 ways to get rid of the oily, extra-bright, or shiny skin in Photoshop in the most natural fashion. Learn how to combine the power of blend modes with intelligent cloning and curves to achieve a very natural skin by getting the super bright areas away, without destroying the skin texture.

In this tutorial we will be covering how to use the regular healing brush tool, the spot healing brush tool, the patch tool and curves combined with the powers of blend modes and blend-if to collectively form a super powerful recipe to tackle any kind of shining areas, hot spots or highlights in portraits. Hope this video helps you. Thank you for watching!

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