Retouch and Remove content Lightroom and Photoshop


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Retouching and removing content

When you want to do more than basic retouching to a portrait, or remove or even move content in a photo, then Photoshop is the place to be with your images. Now there are some retouching features in Lightroom itself. For example, if I switch over to the Develop Module for a minute, you'll see that there is a Spot Removal tool here, and this comes in really handy if you have a spot on your lens or on your sensor that appears in the same place on multiple photos. You can use the Spot Removal tool to come into the image and make your brush a little bigger than the spot you want to remove by using the bracket keys on your keyboard, and then click, and the spot will be covered up with pixels that are sampled from a nearby circle.

So if you do have a spot in the same place on multiple images, you can do this sort of thing on a single image and then with that single image selected, select some others in the Filmstrip as well and then click the Sync button to apply that spot removal correct...

Retouching and removing content
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Retouching and removing content provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Using Lightroom and Photoshop Together

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Photography
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Photoshop Lightroom
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