Adobe Photoshop: Clean-up Still Images Using Masks, Vignettes & the Clone Tool [v]

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[This is an excerpt from a recent on-line video webinar: “Image Editing and Repair in Adobe Photoshop” which is available as a download in our store, or as part of our Video Training Library.]


Still images are at the heart of many video programs. But, what do you do if the images you are using don’t look that good? In this short video tutorial, Larry Jordan illustrates how to use masks to repair an older image, add a vignette to highlight a face and use the clone tool to remove an unsightly line – all in Adobe Photoshop.


Adobe Photoshop: Clean-up Images Using Masks, Vignettes & the Clone Tool

TRT: 6:32 — MPEG-4 HD movie



Whether you use Adobe Premiere Pro or Apple Final Cut Pro, still images are at the heart of many video programs, especially documentaries. But, what do you do if the images you are working with don’t look that good? That’s where this session can help.

Adobe Photoshop has continued to expand its ability to repair still images. Join host, Larry Jordan, as he explains how to use the image editing and repair tools inside Photoshop to make your still images look their best – including the newly enhanced Content Aware tools.

This session covers:

This session is an overview of the repair tools inside Photoshop and is designed for anyone who wants to improve the look of their still images.


This intermediate-level session does not require extensive knowledge of Photoshop or its interface.

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