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How to Quickly and Easily Remove Lint from Clothing in Photoshop

It seems like there’s often at least one little detail I overlook at a session and then find myself wanting to fix in post processing. Like the rogue hair tie on a subject’s wrist, that I’ve come to notice automatically, now. But I’ve also run into wrinkly blankets, or in the case of this photo, distracting lint. In this tutorial, I’ll show you a quick and easy way to remove lint from clothing in Photoshop.

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It seems like there's always at least one thing I overlook at a session and wind up having to fix in post. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to remove lint from clothing in Photoshop.
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  • Jennifer Zall

    OMG thank god i saw this video last night! I have a session where the dad is wearing a black shirt with white dog hairs all over it. Looks so much better

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