Complete Guide to Clone Stamp Tool in Photoshop

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The Clone Stamp Tool Explained In-Depth like never before. Right from the core basics to the advanced and nifty tips, tricks, and techniques like combining blend modes, in this video, we’ll cover the “when”, “where” and “how” to use the clone stamp tool or the rubber stamp in Photoshop.

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The Clone Stamp Tool is the dumbest of all it’s counterparts, like the spot healing and the regular healing brush tool, the patch tool, the content-aware fill, etc. It has no intelligent of its own. It’s simply a “Copy” and “Paste” in the form of a brush. But here’s the thing, since it is dumb, manual, doesn’t take any decisions on its own, you can make it do whatever you want, in the most sophisticated manner possible.

In this tutorial, we will go through everything the clone stamp has to offer in Photoshop. Full of examples on removing all sorts of distractions from photos to removing specific things like tattoos and facial hair. Right from the basic stuff to combining the tool with blend modes, a big discussion on the Clone Source panel which allows you to modify the sample in every way possible, and also allows you to save samples! There’s so much to cover, so get your popcorn ready and let’s get started!

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