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Output file of project:
- Upload an image using the form above.
- Press and drag in the image to lighten areas in the image.
- Adjust the settings in the tool options bar to set the size of the dodge tool.
Use stroke sizes that are appropriate to the area you are lightening. If the brush size is too small you will end up repeatedly stroking the image causing overlapping strokes. This will compound the lightening effect where the strokes overlap and result in striations in the lightened area. Work with a brush size that will adequately cover the largest portions of the area you'll lighten then reduce it to fit into smaller subregions.
Brush hardness is controlled by the blur field in the tool options bar. If you soften the brush strokes by increasing the blur the edges of the dodge stroke will be less abrupt. The areas lightened by the stroke will transition smoothly to the rest of the image. This may be a more desireable effect as opposed to using a hard brush where the stroked areas would be distinct line in the image.
Feature Rich Online Image Editor
|Browser based editing (No software download)||Yes||Yes|
|Layer Masks (Non-Destructive Editing)||Yes||No|
|Undo History List||Yes||No|