Photoshop has become so successful that it’s very name is synonymous with digital image retouching. Photoshop retouching tools such as the humble clone stamp have been around since the very early versions of the program and been used and abused in equal measure. The techniques described in the chapter teaches the people some of the basic techniques, such as how to remove dust spots and repair sections of an image. The clone stamp tool and healing brush are the most useful tools to use at the beginning of any retouching session. The ‘Current & Below’ and ‘All Layers’ options are useful if the people want to work with the clone stamp or healing brush and store their retouching on a separate layer. Content-aware filling can usually do a good job of working out which are the best pixels to sample and constructing a fairly convincing fill, but it is inevitable though that further retouching work may sometimes still be required.