2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 16, 2017 11:31 AM by bhargaveede

    After applying a preset, how do you erase the preset from select areas?


      Hi I've been searching everywhere for the answer to this! I used to be able to do it but for some reason I cant do it anymore.


      What i did was i applied the preset onto the picture then used the radial tool to select an area and it would basically take away the preset from any area I select and convert it to the original picture coloring.


      For example I apply a preset to a image of myself and it makes everything look good but my t shirt is way too blue, I prefer the t shirt coloring on the original copy so how would i make the brush or radial tool allow me to select the t shirt and convert it to the original with keeping the preset on the rest of the pictures?