Adobe Community Professional, Jul 25, 2020Jul 25, 2020
WobertC • Adobe Community Professional, Jul 25, 2020Jul 25, 2020
Consider this- The Brush will not 'Paint' a pure color. It will only add a 'Tint' to the existing color tones, and that might mean you are mixing two colours.
You could set the Brush Saturation to -100 that will 'remove' the existing color and tint with the set Brush color.
You might also find the Brush will not add color to white areas of a photo- it needs some tones to be able to tint.
LrC v9.3 has added the new Color Hue slider to the Brush, which means you can brush an existing color and cha...
Make sure that you do not have 'Show Selected Mask Overlay' checked at the bottom of the image. If you check that, your mask will show in a red/orange color, rather than the adjustment itself. You can do this by mistake by touching the 'O' key.