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Healing brush for Lightroom CC for iPad?

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Is there a healing brush in Lightroom CC for iPad?  If not, why not? 

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Correct answer by Michael J. Hoffman | Adobe Community Professional

Hi Larry,

No, there isn’t. Why not? I don’t know

But, you can send your images round-trip to Photoshop fix and do your healing there.

Mike

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Healing brush for Lightroom CC for iPad?

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Is there a healing brush in Lightroom CC for iPad?  If not, why not? 

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Correct answer by Michael J. Hoffman | Adobe Community Professional

Hi Larry,

No, there isn’t. Why not? I don’t know

But, you can send your images round-trip to Photoshop fix and do your healing there.

Mike

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moved to Lightroom cc (for mobile and Apple TV) forum

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Hi Larry,

No, there isn’t. Why not? I don’t know

But, you can send your images round-trip to Photoshop fix and do your healing there.

Mike

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Thank you, Mike!  I was not aware of Photoshop Fix.  It does seem like a lot of messing around to accomplish the same thing you can do in Lightroom Classic without “round tripping.”

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Nov 12, 2017

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When you do the round trip on photoshop fix your resolution is capped to the iPad resolution. Hope adobe will correcct this feature and add a brush healing in the iPad version, especially when cheaper competing solutions are coming on the market...

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Hi Nicolas,

I dont see the issues you’re talking about Related to resolution.

I’m on LR Mobile 3.0.1.

I captured an an image on my iPhone 7+ at 3024 x 4032 and synced it using LR Mobile.

I edited the image on my iPad Pro, and used “Edit In” to send over th Photoshop Fix for healing.

After the healing edits, I sent back to LR Mobile.

The final result is still 3024 x 4032.

I agree that it would be nice to have nondestructive healing directly with LR Mobile, but maybe that’s something that would be too slow. At least the round trip to PS Fix gives you a working mobile solution. You can always do nondestructive healing later on the desktop using the original image, if needed.

Mike

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I am currently attempting to use photoshop fix after using the “edit in” option in LR mobile and saving after completing. It kicks me back to LR however my changes are not synced or saved.

What at am I missing?

Using the most recent versions of IOS, LR & PS fix

p.s. Using iPad Pro 10.5

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At the very top of the page, in blue, swipe down from the top to save the file in PS fix.  It will automatically transfer the saved file back as a new image in LR mobile.

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I shoot in RAW, so going to photoshop would require a new file be made and saved, vs the non destructive editng of raw.  Adobe needs to add this feature.  Work arounds are non professional.

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