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Strange retouch behaviour

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    Most likely it has something to do with the image that was returned from Topaz Denoise AI. I would do the retouching before passing the file to DNAI.

    Have you tried the Perfect Eraser or the Retouch Brush?

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  • Ray Miles

    The eraser and retouch brushes work, so it must be a DeNoise issue when using the healing brush

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    The Healing Brush has an odd place in the Editing Pipeline. It gets applied with all the other Retouching edits but which tool comes first and which comes last isn't defined.

    I still recommend doing the retouching first. Save just your retouching edits as a preset, apply that preset to the base Layer, finish retouching, then send it through Denoise AI again.

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  • Ray Miles

    Thanks. I have been working on a strategy for dealing with these old prints!

    I am planning to download a free trial of AKVIS Retoucher. There is a Photoshop plugin, so I will be interested to see if it works with PR.

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