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Healing brush creating noise/pixelation?

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Old 03-17-2013, 05:14 PM
doubledecaf doubledecaf is offline
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Healing brush creating noise/pixelation?


I have a small problem. I am working on a high res 8 bit file and every time I try and use the healing brush, rather than adding a touch of photoshop magic, it creates a lot of noise.

I am comfortable using the clone tool and dodging and burning, but can't figure out whats going wrong with the healing brush.

Usually it removes the odd wrinkle no problem.

(I'm on CS6)
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Old 03-17-2013, 06:15 PM
Matilda Matilda is offline
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Re: Healing brush creating noise/pixelation?

Hi, I am thinking that you have accidently selected the Create Texture option for the healing brush.
Select the Proximity Match option. Top of the screen.
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