Touching up photos
Follow this procedure to use the Touchup Brush tool to apply touchups to your photos. Unlike the freehand painting tool, the touchup paint tool does not create a new object for each stroke. The tool works directly on the photo itself.
Note: The Touchup Brush tool is only available for use on photos.
To use the Touchup Brush tool:
1 In the Tools pane, click Touchup Brush.
2 Select a brush style and shape. Each brush is represented by a thumbnail that indicates the effect created by the brush.
3 If you selected Normal, Colorize, or Tint, you can change the brush color. In the Color drop-down list, select a color.
Tip: For more color choices, select More colors. Or use the eye dropper: Click the eye dropper tool, and then click a sample of the color you want to use. You can click a color anywhere in the PhotoSuite window—for example, you can select a color from a photo in the Canvas.
4 Use the sliders to adjust the following brush settings:
n Size: Increase or decrease the brush size.
n Edge Fading: Increase or decrease the blurring of the edges of the stroke, or how much the stroke blends in to the background.
n Transparency: Increase or decrease the degree to which light is allowed to pass through the stroke. The settings range from 0 (solid color) to 100 (invisible).
Touch up your photo.