Monday, November 26, 2007

How to work with Clone Brush

How to work with Clone Brush

To work with Clone Brush

Here you can use the Clone brush to copy part of an image to another location.

To clone part of an image:

Step 1

Position the cursor over the part of the image that you want to copy. Set the source area by doing either of the following:

  • Right-clicking the source area once. Your computer beeps to indicate that you have selected the source area.

  • Pressing and clicking the source area.

Step 2

  • To place the cloned image on a specific layer or in a selection, select that layer or area now. The Paint Shop Pro will clone only within the selection.

Step 3

  • Move the cursor to the area you want to start copying the image. This can be within the same image or in another image of the same color depth.

Step 4

  • Press and hold the left mouse button. Crosshairs appear over the source area. The crosshairs indicate which pixel you are copying.

Step 5

  • Drag the mouse to clone from the source area to the target area.

Step 6

  • Release the mouse button to end the Clone brush stroke.

Step 7

To resume copying, start over at step 5. Remember that the location of the source area depends on the clone mode.

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