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    Cloning - The Basics

    Cloning (or using the clone stamp tool) is a great skill to have to remove unwanted elements from your photo. Be it a bit of rubbish in the foreground of a landscape or a pimple on your model's face. This tutorial is a guide to basic use of the clone stamp tool

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    Although it is simple to clone to erase unwanted elements, the video is really helpful for us, the beginners. The program has many options but now it is easy to know how to use the cloning option. Just take a look at it and you can start using it to improve your pictures.
    Thanks Rick...
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    Excellent! Easy to understand, Thanks Rick

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