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Adjustment brush how to fill area?

Explorer ,
Jul 02, 2021 Jul 02, 2021

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Adjustment brush how to fill area?

I have selected an area with a brush, how can I automatically fill it with a brush and not with my hands?

 

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Engaged , Jul 02, 2021 Jul 02, 2021
If I understood correctly, you've painted a rectangle with the brush and would like to fill the inside automatically. Is that it?It's impossible. You'll have to paint over the entire area.Of course, you can change the brush size to do it faster, but you'll have to fill it yourself. When using a soft brush, make sure you paint very well over the brush strokes' edges, otherwise you'll have gaps in your adjustments.Hope that helps,Michael_____________Michael Niessen - Photographer, photo-editor, ed...

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Try describing what you want to accomplish again. Sorry but I have no clue what you are asking.

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If I understood correctly, you've painted a rectangle with the brush and would like to fill the inside automatically. Is that it?

It's impossible. You'll have to paint over the entire area.

Of course, you can change the brush size to do it faster, but you'll have to fill it yourself. When using a soft brush, make sure you paint very well over the brush strokes' edges, otherwise you'll have gaps in your adjustments.

Hope that helps,

Michael

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Yes that's right. Very sorry.

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