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Frequency Separation on Food & Products

Now not everyone is a massive fan of Frequency Separation, mainly due to excessive or OTT use on Skin/Beauty work, however have you ever tried it on any other type of retouch work? I tend to use this on stubborn food and product retouch (when needed!), when the usual cleanup methods dont work I find that frequency separation combined with using the mixer brush on the low frequency layer works fantastic at smoothing out tone and texture without seeing that repetition or patchiness from other methods. Give it a try next time your having difficulty removing something.

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