How to Use the Liquify Tool in Photoshop
The Liquify Tool is such a cool Photoshop Filter! It basically allows you to use a brush to move or adjust things in your photo. I’ve used it for everything from closing a sleeping baby’s eye, to fluffing a subject’s hair and making her dress look like it was blowing in the wind. In this video tutorial, I’ll show you how to use the Liquify Tool in Photoshop.
Have you tried the Liquify filter before? What did you think? Share your thoughts with me in the comments below!
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