The clone stamp allows you to 'paint' a section of the photo over another. Again, pinch and zoom to get in close and change the opacity settings to create a more natural blend.
The stamp samples a source area and follows as you swipe across the screen.
The new interface is so well designed, that you will discover a feature that you (me included) did not realise was there. The clone tool has a mirroring option to change the 'painting path' of the sample area. As you choose a starting point to sample and swipe, you can control which direction the source area will copy from. How genius is that? This is really helpful to mix up the area you are copying from and avoid that obvious repetition of copied areas that other apps produce.
Another unique feature inside the Cloning tool is the option to select three different types of cloning, known as source behaviours; Classic, Slide-back and Texture.
You access these by long pressing on the screen. Classic will drag the source area in the same motion that you are swiping over the area to be replaced. This is really handy for replacing content in a line. Slide-back will reset back to the original sample location each time you lift your finger off the screen. The texture tool will copy the texture of the sampled area.
Cloning can also be used creatively to duplicate something or even someone inside the same photo!
A quick tip: Always reduce the opacity and swipe over the area multiple times if needed.