ISSUE 2: ADVICE

EDUCATION. INSPIRATION. ENTERTAINMENT.

May/Jun 2015

MASTERING THE HEALING BRUSH

by Conny Wallstrom

Whether you’re fixing skin blemishes, removing stray hairs across a subject’s face, or just cleaning up a not-so-perfect backdrop, the Healing Brush tool can make the job easier, but you’ve got to pay attention to your sampling source as well as your brush size and hardness to get the best results.
Please read where you can download the practice files from below.

To help jump-start your practice, fashion and beauty photographer Paúl Egas Scarino has kindly supplied several Raw files for your personal use.

Paul has granted our readers permission to practice with the image and display both their retouched version and the original on their websites with proper credit to him as the photographer, for noncommercial purposes only. The image may not be sold or otherwise distributed.

Image Credits:
Photographer: Paúl Egas Scarino
Model: Vicky Turusha
Make-Up Artist: Andrea Buitron

IMAGES FOR PRACTICE & CUSTOM BRUSHES

Please register on our website to access the [RE]TOUCHED magazine bonus materials. You will find the link to the Raw practice files at the bottom of the Member Area on our website when you're logged in. Be sure to download the Raw images and brushes when you're on your computer, not on your tablet. Tablets can't handle ZIP files; besides, there is no use of these files on your tablet in terms of practicing retouching.

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