Mylio Photos’ Brush tool allows you to add local adjustments to specific areas of your photo. Any editing slider in Mylio Photos can be applied as a brush.
- Open an image in Single Photo View, then open the Edit Panel in the Details Panel.
- Click the Brushes icon at the top of the Edit Panel.
- Using your cursor, paint over the area you’d like to adjust. in this example, the subject’s eyes are in the shadows so we’ll use the brush tool to gently lighten that specific area.
- Adjust the size of the brush using the Radius slider at the bottom of the screen.
- Click on the gear icon to access additional settings:
- Show/Hide Brush Overlay – When enabled, this will apply a red overlay to indicate the location of your brush strokes.
- Show/Hide Anchor(s) – When enabled, this will show you the location of each brush instance and allow you to select and modify different brushes.
- Move the adjustment sliders to create the desired effect. To lighten the eyes, we’ll increase Exposure, Shadows, and add a small amount of Clarity for detail.
- To add a new brush using a different set of adjustments, click New at the bottom of the screen, then repeat steps 3 and 4.
- When you’re finished adding local adjustments, click Done at the bottom of the screen to close the Brush tool.
Understanding Brush Controls
- Radius – The Radius slider adjusts the size of the brush.
- New – Clicking New will create a new instance of a brush so you can apply different effects to different areas.
- Delete – Clicking Delete will discard the selected brush instance.
- Done – Clicking Done will close the Brush tool and take you back to the main Edit Panel.
- Additional Settings – Click the Gear icon.
- Show Brush Overlay – When enabled, this will apply a red overlay to indicate the location of your brush strokes.
- Show Anchors – When enabled, this will show you the location of each brush instance and allow you to select and modify different brushes.
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