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    Artifacts/pixelation with Healing Brush?
    by CKAJCA
    I am getting artifacting or pixelation (that is the best I can decribe it) when using the healing brush on skin. What am I doing wrong? Forgot to say I am using CS5!

    12-17-2011, 09:36 AM
  • brock-1
    Star-pattern mystery
    by brock-1
    Here's one that has me stumped and I'm hoping the collective wisdom here can help.

    I picked up a very cool trick when using the healing brush from one of Scott Kelby's books. The trick is to first narrow the brush and then to angle it at something like -49 degrees.

    03-11-2006, 10:54 PM
  • santoro80
    Healing brush with soft or hard brush?
    by santoro80
    I'm just reading a book "Adobe Photoshop CS5 for Photographers" and the authors says that healing brush is "best used at full opacity and with a hard brush (just about the opposite of the clone stamp tool)".
    I didn't know that. I always used healing brush with soft brush....
    01-31-2011, 09:25 AM
  • delic
    Pixelated Healing brush
    by delic
    Anyone ever notice that if you use the healing brush over an area that was already healed it starts to get pretty pixelated? If so is there a way to avoid this? I can't figure out why it does this. It seems to do it even if the sample point is smooth in texture.
    01-30-2006, 06:44 PM
  • superkoax
    healing brush tool help
    by superkoax
    well, I have searched the forums here, but haven't found anything regarding this problem...I know everyone have encountered this problem is some degree...

    WHat can you do with healing brush when it smudges details?

    I don't know how to even get remotely close to a good result......
    08-17-2007, 02:46 AM