How to Fix Blowout Spots on Knitwear in Photoshop
After bribing my photographer (aka mom) with tapioca pudding & equal time teaching her how to use Adobe PDF, I secured not one, but two 6am wake ups in an effort to beat the sun for the Sheer Illusion tank photo shoots. However, the summer mountain weather was being particularly uncooperative. Even though some shots displayed the fog I stood in, the ambient light continued to cause blow out upon the ice blue tank… right where all my “curves” are, so most inappropriate spots!
Knowing I had pushed my photographer’s back to back early rising limits, I was running out of options as the last day of July and my publication deadline was upon me. So instead of harassing my senior of a mom into yet another early morning, I took to the Internet in search of a fix to the photos I had.
There were some processes that were massively involved and plenty of others that just didn’t work. Finally, I took bits and pieces from several tutorials to simplify the process into a manageable, with my limited skills, fix.
How to “heal” knitwear pictures of blow out, a step by step guide.
And that’s it!
I hope this tutorial has been helpful. And if you know of an easier way, please do share!! In the meantime, if you are interested in the Sheer Illusion tank, all available locations are listed here on Knit Eco Chic’s website. Happy Knitting!