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This is not a great photo by any means, but does highliight the issue, top left corner.

In a case like this one I can of course copy a neighbouring spot, paste it on top on the in-perfection, and presto, but most of the time the image is not uniform in color...

I did use second layers, bopy similar color on the extra layer, and blur the edges so it would fit in descently well, but I'm wondering if there is not a more adapted tool/technique

Regs

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For more complexly patterned areas, you can try a clone stamp trick: stamp onto a layer above the photograph, then fiddle with blend modes and adjustments until your stamped image blends in with the area around it. Merge down, and Joe's your uncle.

 

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