Have you ever used an app like Lensa? Feed it a bunch of selfies and it generates a handful of AI portraits. Which are flattering, to be sure, but they're hardly impeccable. In fact, they can be riddled with flaws. All of which you can fix using the copious retouching tools in Photoshop.
Deke shows you how to clone one set of eyelashes to another using the Healing Brush, the Clone Source panel, and a high Diffusion setting in Photoshop.
Deke demonstrates the retouching ability of the new Photoshop for iPad by removing some unwanted golf course features from an Icelandic landscape.
Deke replaces a busy background with a more muted artificial clouds pattern with nary a mask in sight.
Deke uses a handy trick in Photoshop to almost instantly remove power lines from a photo.
Deke takes an ordinary outdoor snapshot and turns it into a holiday portrait suitable for framing.
Deke attempts to remove an inadvertent photobomber from a group shot and discovers that sometimes the best tool for the job has been around since Photoshop 3.0.