Using the Clone Stamp in Photoshop – I Create Content #18

It’s Friday and we’ve wrapped up another week of shows. Thank you my loyal viewers, I appreciate all your support. Thank you for the kind words on Wednesday; my brother-in-law is still in the hospital. He’s in good spirits, and awaits a number of medical tests for continued treatment.

Today, I bring out an old school favorite the Clone Stamp. Sure you can do cool things with Content-Aware Fill and the hot tools in CS5, but sometimes you need to get back to basics. Enjoy!

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Comments

  1. Rick "SeiberShots" Seibert says:

    Great tips; always learn something!!

    Rick

  2. David Kelly says:

    Excellent series of tips there A.J – many thanks.

    Glad to hear your BiL is in good spirits – thoughts & prayers for his continued recovery.

  3. Learned some new things here! Thank you.

  4. Thank you so much for making these videos. I am learning so much.

  5. i cant find my aligned sample on my ps

    • Ablink – the option should appear when you choose the Clone Stamp (around 1:44 in the video). What version of Photoshop are you using?

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