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Healing brush tool low opacity

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Aug 28, 2020

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I work with the latest PS 2020 version. 

The problem is after using the healing brush tool, the 'heald' spot is coverd with a very low opacity.

I tried pressing 'reset tool' and it didn't work.

what can i do?

I add here an example of the eye just for you to understand what i'm talking about. (the eye on the top is in a really low opacity and i don’t understand how to change it so it will be in the highest amount of opacity)

Thanks in advance 

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Healing brush tool low opacity

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I work with the latest PS 2020 version. 

The problem is after using the healing brush tool, the 'heald' spot is coverd with a very low opacity.

I tried pressing 'reset tool' and it didn't work.

what can i do?

I add here an example of the eye just for you to understand what i'm talking about. (the eye on the top is in a really low opacity and i don’t understand how to change it so it will be in the highest amount of opacity)

Thanks in advance 

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Hi

The Healing Brush is used for correcting imperfections. See this Help page:

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/retouching-repairing-images.html#retouch_with_the_healing_br...

 

You might be better off with the Clone Stamp tool if you are trying to duplicate the eye:

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/retouching-repairing-images.html

 

~ Jane

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You have good answer and directions above. If you are still looking to solve opacity issue then open Window > Clone Source panel and check Opacity settings. Ensure that Opacity is set to 100%.

clone source.jpg

Another thing to check is blend mode set for Healing Brush. Activate tool and from Options bar choose Normal blend mode.

clone source.jpg

 

 

 

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