Photoshop Healing Cloning Quick Tip

Photoshop Healing Cloning Quick Tip

Quick tip when healing and cloning inside of Photoshop.

Article Link: http://www.slrlounge.com/school/photoshop-healing-cloning-quick-tip

10 replies
  1. Ito
    Ito says:

    Serious question: How is this fundamentally any different from duplicating the layer? I have done both ways and found that duplicating the layer is just a tiny bit better with no differences to my workflow. Is there something I’m missing?

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  2. William Posner
    William Posner says:

    Are u and Jian from Studio Q related? Got that silky smooth voice working makes me wanna just kick off my shoes and have a nice cup of cocoa next to the fire lmaoo

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  3. Esteban Gonzalez
    Esteban Gonzalez says:

    Thanks for that tutorial! Can you teach how to make a composite image with say three images an make one image like you did with the couple in a side walk and the lightsof the cars pasing behind them. Can you teach that?

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  4. Jason Nolan
    Jason Nolan says:

    yea I really need to get out of the habit of cloning the background layer. Then again it’s quicker for simple stuff.

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  5. X-Ghost- 22
    X-Ghost- 22 says:

    Don’t use the Erase tool- Make a mask and use that instead so you can make changes in the future if u choose.

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  6. Vernon Nash
    Vernon Nash says:

    Another benefit from this method is that the file size is kept smaller as a blank layer is tiny compared to a duplicate layer.

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