Have you ever got home and edited a photo only to notice a dust spot or watermark? Add to that a random bird in the sky or something similar.
We’ve all been there and especially if like me your camera sensor is dirty and you’ve never got round to cleaning it.
Using Luminar it’s very easy to get rid of these marks, in fact, there are two ways you can get rid of them and both are really quick and simple to do.
The way I normally do it is using the erase method. This is exactly as it sounds, you use to brush to select what parts you’d like removed and bingo with a little bit of magic it removes it and fills it in. From the times I’ve used it, it has worked perfectly and without issue.
The second method is to use the Clone & Stamp tool, this works very well on larger things you’d like to remove. For this you select the source, so this would be the sky in this example and then brush over the area you want covered up. This allows you to blend a lot easier and can give a cleaner more natural look.
These are two very simple ways that you can remove distractions on Luminar.
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