The healing brush tool in photoshop is one of more powerful tools the editing software has to offer. It is often used to clean skin, repair walls, or do any kind of work that requires repairing a texture without changing  the color and luminosity of an area. Stefan of RAW.Exchange was kind enogh to send us three tips on how to properly use the healing brush tool.

Actually, if the healing brush tool is not working for you, there is a good chance that it is because one of those three basic tips is not used.

  • Tip 1: Go back to the 2014 healing brush. Just trust us on this one.
  • Tip 2: carefully select the sampling area alignment with your brush.
  • Tip 3: always use a hard edge with the healing brush.

All those tips are explained in the video above.

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