Tool that will make replacing pixels that much easier
The clone stamps tool is powerful researched tools in
Photoshop's arsenal, and while it can get rid of distracting elements in a photograph and it can also add parts to an image to make it more interesting.
The Clone Stamps Tool works by sampling pixels from a source layer and applying them to them to targeted layer( the target layer can be the same layer or different layer) To make a source. in addition, sample click Alt and click on the area you want to replace and also, It's a powerful tool that, rather the area like other retouching tools, copies and replaces pixels. Before you start any retouching, create a new layer Layer>New and select Sample All layers in the toolbar. By cloning to a new layer, you protect the original image pixels so you can reverse any change you make.
1 ) Create a new layer (Laye>New ) and select the clone stamp tool and all layers from the sample menu in the options toolbar and zoom into the area to clone out and set the Opacity to 100%
2) Take a source sample of pixels from near the target area by holding Alt and brush over the target area using small stroking motions to avoid leaving signs of clicking the mouse.
3) The edges of cloning can look quite harsh, so you can reduce the Hursh's redness to 20% leaving the Opacity at 100%. Also, try adjustmented the Flow and more suitable controled over cloning.
4) Cloning in the difficult area can create a repeat pattern if the sample is too close to the target. If this happens, finally undo your changes and then clone from an area further away from the target but on the same plane of focus.