The next step is to clean up the seams. Use the Clone brush and the Patch/Healing tool to get rid of the obvious offset demarcation.
The Healing tool’s toolbar icon is a bandage—completely apropos for the way it works! The brush effect has been digitally augmented for better visibility.
Do you prefer to do chunks at a time?
The Patch tool is good for healing big sections all at once.
Note:If you try to use the Healing brush for the brick edge, you lose your sharp edge.Make sure that your Clone tool is within the top 10 percent opacity (90–100 percent; I generally like to use 100 percent for the best detail).
You can see that effect in . Use the Clone tool to paint a smooth or natural edge to the brick.
The Clone tool’s effect is clear in. A more opaque brush may make the cloned areas soft and mushy.Good for oatmeal, but not for images.
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