Uncheck "AUTO MASK"
Sorry, not the right answer. But thankx for taking a shot. According to
Adobe LR does not have enough pixels when I'm working on a macro subject
(say a butterfly that I'm trying to work on at 2x in the navigator) there
just are not enough pixels. So I have to transfer projects that deal with
micro subject into PS, PS had no problem detecting the holed and filling
them in, what I've got to do is select using the magic pen or whatever
works best and then make adjustments to the selection. We do that, no
problem. Then back to LR for larger more general adjustments. I have no
idea why, WHY Adobe would have two programs that work so closely together
and yet not have identical selection abilities. That's a mistake in my book.
On Sun, Oct 12, 2014 at 11:13 PM, Bob Somrak <email@example.com>
When using the Adjustment Brush with "Auto Mask" turned off there are NO "Holes" in the selection. If you turn the overlay on you can zoom in to 11:1 ratio and see that ALL the pixels are selected in the brushed in area. The only way "Holes" show up is if masking is used.
Sir you appear to be correct. Taking your advice I no longer have the
problem at all!! the tech at Adobe was clearly wrong. Thank you very much
for your help, and the info on the pixels. Truly I like to know the
technical stuff too.
On Tue, Oct 14, 2014 at 12:59 AM, Bob Somrak <firstname.lastname@example.org>