Photoshop Healing Brush : a Tool for Seamless Cloning

@inproceedings{Georgiev2004PhotoshopHB,
  title={Photoshop Healing Brush : a Tool for Seamless Cloning},
  author={Todor Georgiev},
  year={2004}
}
The Healing Brush is a tool first introduced in Photoshop, that achieves seamless removal of defects in images. A similar image processing algorithm, called Poisson Editing, was later proposed in [8]. Our paper presents the theoretical ideas on which Healing is based, as well as some implementational details. Healing is performed by constructing iterative solutions to a fourth order partial differential equation. Its solutions follow the spatial variations between pixels in a sampled area… CONTINUE READING
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