Have you ever used a flash to photograph portraits and caused an annoying shadow on the background?

The good news is it's not too hard to fix with Photoshop.

I will warn you it can be a little time consuming but once you know the technique you can fly through it pretty quick.

In this video, we'll use the clone stamp tool, brush tool, layers, and masks to remove this unwanted shadow.

 

I also recommend you use a pen tablet for this kind of pixel moving it will really speed up your post processing.

There is a bit of a learning curve when you first start using a pen tablet but once you get it you will never go back.

I'm a big fan of the Wacom Intuos Pro tablets.


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This question came from one of the awesome Team 3CX community members.

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Johny

 

 

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