Let’s Edit #8 – Cloning in Lightroom

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Let’s Edit #8 – How Cloning Works in Lightroom

Let's Edit #8

This week on Let’s Edit I am doing something a bit different by focusing mainly on one technique of Lightroom editing and that is the spot removal tool. The main reason for this video is that I was recently asked about how cloning works in Lightroom and thought that it’d be good to go over this subject in a bit more detail.

Once you open the spot removal tool there are two options: clone and heal – which I’ll explain in the video. To demonstrate how this tool can be used I do my best to quickly remove a very in the way German Shepard from the scene.

As always I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and learned something from it. Please take a second to click like on the video as it’ll help YouTube know that my content is worth watching – Thanks for visiting!

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