How do I correct this raspberry?

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2019-08-23 09:10:43

Did a recent shoot with fruit only to discover that I didn’t select the raspberries with enough care...



See image. Using Pixelmator Pro (both on iPad and MacBook Pro).



How do I correct that pale bit of the raspberry so it’s same shade as rest of it?



Help much appreciated!



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2019-08-23 09:34:03

Hey Charlie, I'd probably use the Darken tool (in Pixelmator Pro) to retouch the raspberry. You'd need to set the softness to 100% and the strength to around 10%, zoom in, and paint to darken the pale drupelets (so that's what they're called...) You might also want to use the Saturate tool on them a little as well after darkening to bring back a little color.
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2019-08-23 12:27:56

by Andrius 2019-08-23 09:34:03 Hey Charlie, I'd probably use the Darken tool (in Pixelmator Pro) to retouch the raspberry. You'd need to set the softness to 100% and the strength to around 10%, zoom in, and paint to darken the pale drupelets (so that's what they're called...) You might also want to use the Saturate tool on them a little as well after darkening to bring back a little color.
Worked perfectly. Huge thanks Andrius.