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Clone stamp is not just for cloning objects in photos, you can also “erase” them. Blemishes and wrinkles can be magically ...
erased from your model’s faces as well as that annoying person who somehow made it in to your photo.
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Hi! In this tutorial, I'm going to show you how to use the Clone Stamp Tool. If you want to see some of the more detailed instruction, please go to my website at www.sanweng.com. So let's start and first choose your Clone Stamp Tool from the palette or hit the 'S' shortcut key. Before you begin, you need to tell Photoshop where you want to start cloning from. So to do that, hold the Alt or Option key and you'll see your mouse icon changes.
Pick a spot where it's closest to the place you want to cover. So I'm going to click here and then I'm going to release the Alt key and you'll see your mouse icon changes back. So let's start painting. So when you paint over the place where you want to erase, it will just basically clone the area where you just set it. So all you're doing is painting over it. And when you look at it for far away it looks like there's nothing there down. So this method is pretty much the same as using a Lasso Tool with a small Feather number. And then Copy, Paste, when you move this over, you'll see that once you move it over the object that you want to erase, it'll look like there's nothing there and all you have to do is erase it a little and then by the rocks, to give back the shape of the rock and then so now, you'll not see anything there.
Of course, if you want to go more detailed, you should also clone the hard edge by using a smaller brush and then cloning some of that edge on to it. So now when you look at it, it looks like there's nothing there. Okay, so now I'm going to just go ahead and also erase these two people in the foreground. Same day, I'm going to choose my sampling point. You have to go to follow the background to make sure that the light and the pattern matches and get a lighter brush and since this part is darker, I'm going to use the darker areas, sample the darker area.
I'm going to stop and look and see if it looks realistic or not, if not, then you need to paint over several more times. Use the smaller brush for the edges. When you start to see these two patterns, you should erase them so they even look obvious. Then let's copy some of the sea water to fill this gap. And now he's gone. Let's get rid of some of these patterns up here and that's it. Hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Again if you want more details on the tool, please go to my website at www.sanweng.com. Thank you.