The Clone Stamp Tool / Clone Tool is the most useful photo editing tool in image fixing. It is used in image editing to replace information for one part of a picture with information from another part.
The Clone Stamp Tool is useful for duplicating objects or removing a defect in an image. A common usage is in retouching skin, particularly in portraits; in this way one can remove blemishes (pimples, moles, or scars), and make skin tone more even. Cloning can also be used to remove other unwanted elements, such as telephone wires, an unwanted bird in the sky, and the like. It may also be called a clone brush or a rubber stamp tool.
If you need more photo editing features, you may want to try the all-in-one photo editor - Photo Toolbox.
Remove Ink Stains
To use the Clone Stamp tool, you set a sampling point on the area you want to copy (clone) the pixels from and paint over another area. Then drag over the area of the image you want to copy the sampled pixels to.
You can use pen options(radius, hardness and opacity), which gives you precise control over the size of the clone area and how paint will be applied to the cloned area.
1. Run Clone Stamp Tool from the desktop or start-menu.
2. Set pen options for the radius, hardness and opacity in the options bar.
3. Set the sampling point by positioning the pointer in any open image and Alt-clicking
4. Drag over the area of the image you want to correct.
For more information, please reference to 'How to remove stains from a photo with Clone-Stamp tool ?'.