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Healing box missing from preset creation

New Here ,
Mar 23, 2023 Mar 23, 2023

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 Hey!

I can't seem to find the healing box in the preset creation menu. I have a camera that has fixed spots on its sensor that can be easily removed with the healing tool. I wanted to make a preset for the spots to find out there is no option for that on the iphone and ipad version?

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Adobe Employee ,
Mar 24, 2023 Mar 24, 2023

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Hey @Richárd29036427b5uw. Welcome to the Lightroom community. I'll clarify this for you.

 

This behavior is intended as the Heal, Clone & Remove are localized corrections based on the pixels of an image. Creating a preset isn't yet possible in this case. Your use case is also a very rare one.

 

Consider using a pixel-based editing application such as Photoshop for that level of correction & automation via actions.

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Sameer K

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Jun 20, 2023 Jun 20, 2023

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... No, it isn't a very rare case. It is very useful and versatile feature, that was available, and it was

taken away.

Example; Time lapses with huge quantities of images with a stationary camera and where the sensor has a dust particle on it.

I could edit one photo out of the 24 hour time lapse, create the preset _with_ my heal brush, apply it to the entire stack, and be done all in lightroom CC, in a matter of minutes.

Why should I move to another application to mass edit photos, when that is Lightroom's entire purpose?

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