Clone stamp tool works backwards in vanishing point filter

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Jun 06, 2021 Jun 06, 2021

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I want to copy the left marquee in the attachment to the right marquee using the clone stamp tool in the vanishing point filter. I've added a new layer and select Filter | Vanishing Point.

The Vanishing Point window opens and it shows the grids I'd created on both marquees.

I select the clone stamp tool and option click above and slightly left of the P in Protect.

I move the cursor to the right window to the left of the word Wear. As I move the cursor to the RIGHT, Photoshop moves the selection point LEFT.

Same behavior with Heal in any mode. Allow Multi-surface operations checked in menu. Same behavior with Clip Operations to surface edges selected or deselected.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jun 06, 2021 Jun 06, 2021

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Instead, you might try using the Polygonal Lasso tool to select the left marquee, copy/paste it, move it over to the right side, and use Free Transform on it, holding Ctrl (PC)/Command (macOS) as you drag a corner to distort it.

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Thanks, Myra. Good idea. I was just learning the Vanishing Point tool. Seems unlikely Photoshop could be screwed up--likely me. Thanks for the idea!

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