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I have a situation where the bricks in this image are discolored. The image needs to consistent and match the darker portion.

This is a large wall and I need the most effective and accurate way to accomplish this. Suggestions will be  greatly appreciated.

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You could try taking a yellow Rounded Rectangle and using a Gaussian Blur to give a nice soft transition and place that over the discoloured areas and then using a mix of blend modes and layer opacity to achieve a result you are happy with. I've done a quick test using your image here:

Feel free to try different colours on the rectangle along with different opacity and layer blends.

Test.afphoto

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You could try taking a yellow Rounded Rectangle and using a Gaussian Blur to give a nice soft transition and place that over the discoloured areas and then using a mix of blend modes and layer opacity to achieve a result you are happy with. I've done a quick test using your image here:

 

Feel free to try different colours on the rectangle along with different opacity and layer blends.

You did do a nice job on that! Thanks for the advice, however I'm still a little vague on the "yellow rectangle brush" while using the Gaussian Blur, could you elaborate a little further please?

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It's not a brush, it is the Rounded Rectangle tool - I used it to fill and match the shape of the lightened area. I then used the Gaussian Blur live filter to blur the rectangle to blend the edges into a nice transition to the original picture.

You should be able to open the afphoto file attached to my first post and see how it was done. :)

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