1. Open portrait
Click "Add file" to add the photo to your project (1) and select it (2). Then, click "Open" (3),
2. Enlarge editor size
To make editing the portrait easier, click the two opposing arrows (1).
3. Enlarge and reposition image viewport
Use the zoom slider to zoom into the image (1). Use the navigation buttons to reposition the viewport to display the area you need to work on (2). Use the dot in the center to reset the zoom later (3).
4. Select feature
Select "Face" (1) and then "Remove Spots" (2).
5. Remove spots
Move the mouse pointer, that now displays the tool radius, to one of the spots (1). Make sure the radius doesn't significantly exceed the size of the spot. Use the slider at the right (2) or the adjacent text field (3) to adjust the tool radius. This example uses a value of six. Finally, left-click the spot to remove it.
Repeat these steps to remove additional spots and make radius adjustments, if necessary. It takes only a single click, to remove a spot. Use undo in case you've inadvertently clicked more than once.
We've now removed the spot in our example image. Click "Apply" when you're done.
7. Save portrait
You can now reset the size of the editor using the double arrow (1). Finally, click "Save" to make your changes permanent (2).
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