The cloning and healing tools in Photoshop continue to improve all the time, and now most of the retouching tools offer Adobe’s amazing “content-aware” technology. However, in order to get the most from the Healing Brush, Patch Tool, Clone Stamp, and all the others, you’ll want to explore ways to accomplish nondestructive healing during your retouching sessions.
Nondestructive healing is different from just blasting away with the high tech tools that Photoshop has to offer. With nondestructive healing, you take extra steps to protect the original image data, and leave yourself a path of retreat if the retouching goes wrong. Fortunately, the retouching tools have settings available that lend themselves well to a nondestructive workflow.
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