In today’s Photoshop video tutorial, Manfred Werner demonstrates the Clone Stamp, Pattern Stamp and History Brush.

Learn essential retouching and post production skills each Wednesday, right here on Orms Connect. Tutorial Wednesdays are brought to you by Manfred Werner.

Please note: This video tutorial requires no advanced Photoshop skills and only shows Basics & Tools.

In this video tutorial I’ll quickly run you through the Clone stamp & Pattern stamp tool and as well the history brush & art history brush tool. View parts One, Two, Three and Four in case you missed them.

First up, I will discuss some basic points again. After that, I’ll create a new layer and some pimples on the model. Once I’m done with that, I’ll merge down the layer and then take the Clone stamp tool and remove all pimples again. Following that, I will show you a quick technique how I use the Pattern clone stamp tool. Once I’m finished cloning patterns I’ll go over to the History brush tool and show you how to removal all my patterns and effects again. Last step will be the art history brush, which I don’t really use a lot, but the effect could be handy to some of you.

Please note: When working with the clone stamp tool, you need to sample areas that are close to your cloning area. If you have any questions, please leave a comment below the post!

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