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  1. What's the best way to clone/heal on an image that isn't fully opaque? For example, if I wanted to remove the splat from the attached file. I can use the Inpainting Brush tool as it preserves transparency, however depending on the image the inpainting tool doesn't always work, so I'm looking for a way to manually choose the clone source (for example with the Clone Brush tool, the Healing Brush tool or the Patch tool). However, those tools multiply the transparency making the cloned area darker.
  2. New to Photo so hope this isn't stupidly simple - Im using the heal brush and have defined my origin. However, the origin (marked by the X) moves as I move the brush no matter whether I have 'Aligned' checked or not. Am I missing something obvious?
  3. As a portrait photographer, I use editing software for retouching and portrait editing. I'm also a big stickler for nondestructive editing. I've only been working in AP for a few days, and I'm still struggling to figure out how to create a nondestructive workflow similar to the one I use in Ps. Is there a way to use the clone/blemish/patch tools on a blank pixel layer to leave the background layer as is? If not, I would like to request that feature. It's a deal breaker for me. I'd also love to hear how other retouchers are adopting AP and about your workflow. Thanks!
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