Digital Photography: Fixing Spots – Lightroom 5

May 15, 2013

Digital Photography: Fixing Spots – Lightroom 5

We’ve all done it.

Taken what is ALMOST a wonderful photo just to have it ruined by a spot on the lens or a distracting object that you didn’t notice before you hit the shutter…

Luckily most photo editing software can be used to remove these unwanted spots from your photo. There’s a new tool in upcoming version of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom (version 5 to be exact) that makes this task particularly easy.

Here’s a link to a video just posted to the Phototuts+ that go into the details of how this new tool works:

Lightroom 5 Features: Using the Improved Spot Removal Tool




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