We are going to remove the odd parrot who indiscreetly stares at the kissing sweethearts. It’s quite easy as the background is blurred and does not have prominent details. The only thing that requires some effort is the removal of the branch the parrot is sitting on.
In this mode you can change the size of the brush, indicate another source for cloning and make a clone out of different parts of the image. The program will not fuse the cloned area with the background until you quit the mode.
We set the source for cloning by pressing the Alt key (Option on Mac) and clicking with the left mouse button on the branch on the right of the parrot.
We set the second source for cloning a bit lower than the first one and we continue cloning the branch until it is completely restored.
If you've made a mistake when cloning a fragment, you can use the button to cancel the last operation.
The program will process the borders of the cloned area in such a way that the clone fuses with the background. The odd parrot has disappeared without leaving a trace.