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Something is pasted by the two tools. The distinction lies in the source of the pasted-something. When you use the Clone Stamp tool, you copy a section of a photograph and paste it into another section of the same photograph. You're pasting a pattern onto your photos with the Pattern Stamp tool.

Pattern stamp tool may be used to replace target area with some defined patterns, while clone stamp tool can be used to replace areas of an image with certain contents within the image, which is comparable to layer via copy but with more natural blending.

When you need to reproduce exact detail and colour from one portion of a picture to another, the Clone Stamp comes in handy. For the Clone Stamp retouching, use an empty layer. You can use an empty layer with the Clone Stamp tool to keep your retouching distinct from the main image.

When creating designs, the Pattern Stamp Tool(S) comes in handy. You can use it to give your image fascinating textures and backgrounds. You can use this tool to make your own pattern stamps. This tool can be used to fill a pattern in your image.

When you need to reproduce exact detail and colour from one portion of a picture to another, the Clone Stamp comes in handy. You can use an empty layer with the Clone Stamp tool to keep your retouching distinct from the main image.

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