Use Dodge Burn and Sponge Tool on Photoshop CS6
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You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show you how to use the Dodge Burn and Sponge Tool on Photoshop CS6 on Windows 7.
- 6When you right click on this icon, we can access the "Dodge Tool". When in a dark room with photography, dodging something means covering a specific area of the photo to keep it lighter. This is referred to as dodging the light kind of.Over on the left column, find the icon that looks like a small pin.
- 27It is a very interesting effect, and it is definitely worth playing around with. This is also helpful for touching up an image, and we want something maybe more realistic than the lighting used when the photo was originally taken. This is a good way to fake different lighting within an image.Finally, on the highlights, just the highlights get darker.
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