Never used LR, but in PS the healing brush is 5 icon down, looks like bandaid, but may have another tool showing.
did you watch the movie?
i can't find nothing in cs6 maybe is there in cc?
One thing to always realize is that if it's in Lightroom it's probably also in Camera Raw.
Note that the Spot Removal tool in Camera Raw has received some new capabilities lately.
yes i know i download and update the last acr
but can't see a feature like the video posted
and should be the same raw engine
did you watch the video at minute 9:06 ? can't find such feature in cs6 camera raw or cs6
can you please watch it (they are few seconds) and tell if cc or cs6 has such feature?
As Noel said. Check the Spot Removal tool.
I prefer it in Photoshop itself. Maybe because it is a more familiar process there. The upside to using ACR for this process is that it is non-destructive. In PS the Healing Brush does not work for a Smart Object.
OTOH, one can use the ACR tool in PS by invoking Camera Raw in the Filter menu.
As usual, several ways to skin a cat in PS as I just found out by coming up with still another way of B&W conversion.
You can't heal directly on the smart object layer, but you could put a blank layer above the smart object layer and check "Sample All Layers" in the tool options for the Spot Healing tool or other clone tools.
That works quite well. Thanks.
I have to muck around some tutorials for layer options. The B&W conversion of which I spoke involves using the mask on the B&W Conversion Tool Adjustment layer. What a trip!
Dang! I've been doing this since about '99, yet the faster I go the behinder....!
You really should think about a CC subscription Hudders. There is something very liberating about using Camera RAW as a filter in an opened image document, and you can do it on a Smart Object. The new features in each new version of PS have a habit of creeping up on you. You start out thinking , ‘yes this is nice, but is it really so very much better?’, and before you know it, you become utterly panic stricken at the very thought of not having those new features.
The new spot removal tool in ACR 8.# is like a Patch tool that automatically choses the best possible source pixels to fix a blemish, and I love it.
but it 's different from lightroom v5
Hudders? I'zat me? If so, your deduces are wild! If not, who is Hudders?
I've been a subscriber since CS6. So far as that tool, it is a somewhat better performer than the Photoshop version but as in any situation like this, it's all in the hands of the user. The example shown would never fly here because the repetition of the shape is unnatural and has to be cleaned up, likely with the Clone tool.