Unless the 2.0 version called this something else, I don't ever remember repairing a photo as easy as I did today with a cool tool called The Healing Brush! I'm pretty sure there was a tool that I've used to "try" to touch up a photo, but never this easy!!
Below is an old photo of me and my brother, that I've hated for the longest time because of the apparent tear in the photo. It's very obvious that it's worn and had been folded, and the white from the photo paper was showing through.
Well, with the click of a bandage, literally, and selection of a brush, all I had to do was slide that baby down the crak and WHALA!!!.......
It's not perfect, but now it just looks like his t-shirt underneath is all bunched up..you know boys are always slobs!...hee hee hee. Did you notice the edge of my dress? The healer even copied the tweed..how cool is that??....then with the click of my auto enhance....
we're the bright and perfect pair!
And, by the way, I found a cool book at Amazon called Photoshop Elements 9: The Missing Manual, by Barbara Brundage. I downloaded it into my Kindle software and it's walking me through this program like a charm.
Unveiling in Elements 9.0