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Lightroom 5 Beta Advanced Healing Brush, Upright Tool And More

Take a look at how some of the new features found in the Lightroom 5 beta work.

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Adobe have announced the release of Lightroom 5 beta today and within the new software are many new features which includes an Advanced Healing Brush, Upright tool, Radial Gradient tool, Smart Previews, upgrades to the Book module and the introduction of video slideshows.

To give users of Lightroom more insight into what the new features do and how they work, Adobe have created several introductory videos which you can view here:

Advanced Healing Brush



Radial Filter



Upright


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28 Apr 2013 10:59AM
Lightroom 5 beta is looking awesome but when I tried the "Spot Removal Tool", in the version I have downloaded, it did not work. In the new features I have seen with Julieanne and Terry the there is an attached circle that enables them to choose where to take the replacement area from, this does not happen in my version all I seem to get, especially when trying to remove a larger section, is a blur and no circle of choice.
I don't think that this is my computer playing up I believe it to be a glitch in the Beta version. I hope this helps Adobe with the trials.

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