How to remove breast fat lines created by shadow?

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May 30, 2021 May 30, 2021

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Hello, I am really new with photoshop.

I am wondering How to remove breast fat lines created by shadows?

Thanks for your help,

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Adobe Community Professional , May 30, 2021 May 30, 2021
There are usually many ways to do things in Photoshop. One approach would be to use the Clone Stamp tool. Take a sampling point (Alt/Option click on an area you want to copy) then click or drag to copy the pixels. Since the area is small and there's not many pixels to copy, you will probably need to take multiple sampling points and build up the area little by little. Using a lower opacity on the Clone Stamp tool, like maybe 50%, will help fill in the shadow area more slowly, subtly and naturall...

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Adobe Community Professional , May 30, 2021 May 30, 2021
For more flexibility, you might want to do the Clone Stamping on a separate layer. Set the Clone tool to Current and Below.

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It's called cleavage 😉

 

See Reduce Cleavage in Photoshop.

 

Hope that helps.

 

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
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http://www.glazefolio.com/blog Learn how to reduce cleavage in your photos in adobe Photoshop. I hope this helps whomever it was that sent me a message askin...

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There are usually many ways to do things in Photoshop. One approach would be to use the Clone Stamp tool. Take a sampling point (Alt/Option click on an area you want to copy) then click or drag to copy the pixels. Since the area is small and there's not many pixels to copy, you will probably need to take multiple sampling points and build up the area little by little. Using a lower opacity on the Clone Stamp tool, like maybe 50%, will help fill in the shadow area more slowly, subtly and naturally.

 

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Thank you for taking the time in writing the steps out. Sadly, everything is on YouTube nowadays 😞

Thanks a lot.

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For more flexibility, you might want to do the Clone Stamping on a separate layer. Set the Clone tool to Current and Below.

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Your final looks great!

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