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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Photoshop's Grid - Photo Restoration Quick Course



In episode 4, I want to help you make photo retouching less tedious. To make it easier—and more efficient—use the Grid function in Adobe Photoshop. I mentioned the Grid function in an earlier video quite a few years ago. However, it's an important tool I use that I don't want you to miss using if you never saw the older video.

This function will place a non-destructive overlay of custom-sized grids that can help you keep track of what you are doing as you move the image along, cleaning up spots, cracks and stray objects.

It's located in the menu under "View." Click the video above to learn and try it out for yourself.

Thanks to Creatista for permission to use the picture. Buy it, or other images created by Creatista, online at Dreamstime.

These tips are for the non-professional and folks with no or very little experience. Save the hassle of figuring it all out on your own: Get a solid foundation in Photoshop and photo restoration with the Photo Retouching and Restoration Foundations video and workbook. Available at PhotoRestorationBasics.com

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