Learn how to easily touch up your documents in Photoshop on the iPad and fix imperfections.
With Photoshop now available on your iPad, you can select powerful tools such as Spot Healing Brush and Clone Stamp to retouch and remove unwanted parts from your composites.
The Spot Healing tool paints with a sampled part from your document and matches the texture, lighting, transparency, and shading of the sampled part to the part of the document being healed. The Spot Healing Brush does not require you to specify a sample spot and automatically picks samples from around the part of the document to be retouched.
The Clone Stamp () tool paints one part of your document over another part of the same document. You can also paint one part of a layer over another layer. The Clone Stamp tool is useful for duplicating objects or removing a defect in your composite. To use the Clone Stamp tool, you set a sampling source on the area you want to clone from and paint over another area. By default, your last sampling area is selected when you access the Clone Stamp.
6. Activate the primary touch shortcut to Set source and tap over an area you want to select as the cloning source.
7. Release the touch shortcut after setting the source and tap over an area on which you want to apply Clone stamp. This action paints the source area over your selected area.