The Blemish Remover quickly removes blemishes and other imperfections in your photos. It's usually used to fix point-like stains, blemishes and acnes on skin/face.
The Blemish Remover works similarly to the Clone Stamp: it paints with sampled pixels from an image or pattern and matches the texture, lighting, and shading of the sampled pixels to the pixels being healed. Unlike the Clone Stamp, the Blemish Remover doesn’t require you to specify a sample spot. The Blemish Remover automatically samples from around the retouched area.
If you need more photo editing features, you may want to try the all-in-one photo editor - Photo Toolbox.
The Blemish Remover is very easy to use. Unlike Clone Stamp Tool, it's not necessary to select a source sample point. All jobs are done automatically.
Tip: If you need to retouch a large area or need more control over the source sampling, you can use the Clone Stamp Tool instead of the Blemish Remover.
Using the Blemish Remover to remove a blemish:
1. Run Blemish Remover from the desktop or start-menu.
2. Choose a spot size in the options bar. A spot size that is slightly larger than the area you want to fix works best so that you can cover the entire area with one click.
3. Click the area you want to fix.