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Do healing brush and clone stamp give the same result?

Explorer ,
Feb 22, 2024 Feb 22, 2024

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Hi everyone. If we set "replace" as a blending mode for the healing brush we got a pretty same result of the clone stamp, so what's the purpose of using one instead of another? Thanks.

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Feb 22, 2024 Feb 22, 2024

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From Julieanne Kost

https://jkost.com/blog/2021/12/10-tips-for-the-clone-stamp-and-healing-brush-tools-in-photoshop.html

 

"Healing Brush and Replace Mode — Using the Healing Brush with the blend mode set to Replace makes it behave like the Clone Stamp tool (in that it doesn’t automatically try to blend color or tonality of the source and destination), with one advantage: if you’re trying to clone high frequency image information, the edges of the cloned area will not appear soft as they do with the Clone Stamp tool."

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Feb 23, 2024 Feb 23, 2024

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Thank you very much for replying. Could you please make an example of what
you said? I'd like to see this difference in action for a better
understanding.

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