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There's the basic adjustment brush, but you don't have all the presets like you have in Lightroom. You'd have to use exposure and saturation and a combination of other adjustments to accomplish the effect you're after.
:-( thank you so much for taking the time to answer my question Jim. I thought I was going crazy… I couldn’t find the adjustment brushes. I miss them! How horrible..... so many extra steps when I am trying to edit quickly. I guess I should know how to do it without using a preset. I’m so technically challenged that hurts. The fact that light from classic CC is not working properly is driving me crazy! I have so many images to process and I’ve been struggling with issues all week. Please adobe!!!!! Please fix the issues. There’s nothing wrong with my operating system according to Apple and it is the only program giving me a problem. Happy holidays to you sir!
Have you tried turning off support for the graphics processor unit in Lightroom Classic CC? Personally, I don't like using the new Lightroom CC. I play around with it a little, but much prefer doing my work in Lightroom Classic CC. It performs very nicely on my five-year-old HP Pavilion computer. I really have no complaints.