1. Open in Photoshop a photograph where a person's cellulite is apparent.
2. Goto Filter > Blur > Gausian Blur. Adjust the Radius slider so that the image is blurry.
3. From the History palette. Click the camera icon to create a snapshot of the blurred image.
4. So the snapshot at the top is the original photo with the cellulite. The snapshot below it is the blurred image.
5. Click the small box (circled in red in the image below) that is next to the lower snapshot in the History Palette so that it is the "Source", but be sure that the top original photo snapshot is the one that is active.
6. Select the History Brush tool from the Tools Bar. Choose an approriate size brush.
7. Zoom in on the area where the cellulite is and begin painting over the cellulite to remove (or technically you are in fact painting over the cellulite with the blurred image snapshot).
8. Continue this over the entire area of the cellulite. Always make sure to not use the History Brush to paint over fine details, just the areas where the cellulite is on the skin.
9. When you are done, you will have your cellulite free image!
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