Cloning from Relative Offset Position
Cloning from within the same image is very useful for photo editing. With the Relative Offset Position cloning each stroke offset from the origin will be continued and not reset on each stroke.
- Notice that a cloning brush is selected.
- Notice the red outlined cursor. This is the indicator of the cloning source point.
- The source area for the cloning.
- The area cloned. Notice that there isn't repeating patterns in there like there would be with Absolute Offset Position cloning.
- The Relative Offset Cloning can be trickier to use. In this case there is an obvious abrupt change in the water that would need to be cleaned up.