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how do I removed veins under the skin in photoshop CS5 ?

 
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Mar 29, 2011 20:31 |  #1

how do I removed veins under the skin in photoshop CS5 ?


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Mar 29, 2011 21:56 |  #2

Can you post up a sample of an image? That would make it easier for us to talk about.


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Mar 30, 2011 07:25 |  #3

JordansDigitalDreams wrote in post #12121138 (external link)
=Jordan'sDigitalDreams​;12121138]Can you post up a sample of an image? That would make it easier for us to talk about.

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It would be easier to help you with an example.


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Mar 30, 2011 07:53 as a reply to  @ Addicted2EOS's post |  #4

Content aware eraser tool.


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Mar 30, 2011 08:08 |  #5

Use spot healing brush (6th from top).. is easy and quick, but depending on the diameter, it would be make some mistakes...


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Mar 30, 2011 11:30 |  #6

chauncey wrote in post #12123281 (external link)
Content aware eraser tool.

are you sure the content eraser tool will work ?


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Mar 30, 2011 12:11 as a reply to  @ picard's post |  #7

The content aware spot healing brush will work...provided you use it vein by vein and not all at once, but not at the pixel level. I call it my "make it go away" brush. :lol:


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Mar 30, 2011 12:55 |  #8

Also, are we talking veins that are raised and cause shadows or just one that you can see colored below the skin?


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Mar 30, 2011 13:13 |  #9

JakAHearts wrote in post #12125117 (external link)
Also, are we talking veins that are raised and cause shadows or just one that you can see colored below the skin?

I can see the veins below the skin. I don't know if people are happy to see themselves looking like zombies on the photos.


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Mar 30, 2011 14:16 |  #10

Those should be easier to remove than ones making shadows. Cant you just close the area right next to it with a nice soft brush?


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Mar 30, 2011 14:18 |  #11

Can you upload a photo so we can see what we are commenting on?


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Mar 30, 2011 14:33 as a reply to  @ post 12125583 |  #12

I use the healing brush. Option+click (ctrl+click PC) next to the vein and then trace over the vein. You will see a + sign as you draw to tell you where the pixels are being sampled from.


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Mar 30, 2011 14:48 |  #13

picard wrote in post #12125224 (external link)
I can see the veins below the skin.

We can't see anything until you post the image.


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Mar 30, 2011 14:51 |  #14

Why not try several tools and see what works best, there's always CTRL+Z


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Mar 30, 2011 14:51 |  #15

NurseDiesel wrote in post #12125658 (external link)
I use the healing brush. Option+click (ctrl+click PC) next to the vein and then trace over the vein. You will see a + sign as you draw to tell you where the pixels are being sampled from.

ok thanks


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