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With the Clone Stamp tool selected, position the cursor over the area you want to clone and then Alt-click (Windows) or Option-click (Mac) to define the clone source. Position the cursor over the area where you want to paint the cloned pixels and then start painting.
With the Clone Stamp tool selected, position the cursor over the area you want to clone and then Alt-click (Windows) or Option-click (Mac) to define the clone source. Position the cursor over the area where you want to paint the cloned pixels and then start painting.
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Step 1: Open the Blend Mode menu in the Layers panel. Step 2: Hover your cursor over a blend mode. Step 3: View the blend mode preview in the document. Step 4: Select the blend mode you need. Step 5: Lower the intensity of the blend mode (optional)
Blend mode menu is at the top of the layer panel, and by default, it is always on normal mode. Look there are various types of photoshop blending modes grouped in various categories in the list. You can choose any one of them and create a different effect.
How to Use the Clone Stamp Tool in Photoshop. To use the tool, click and hold the rubber stamp in the toolbox, and then select Clone Stamp Tool. You can then adjust the brush size and shape, opacity, flow, and blending modes in the tool options bar at the top of the workspace.
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