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Can make local adjustments. Adjustments always global. Am up to date with MAC software July 27,2020

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Hello.  I need help as I can't make local adjustments using filters or brush in LR Classic. When I use Gradial filter to make adjustments it effects the entire image. My software is up to date. I use Mac desk top. Mojave 10.14.6

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This may (or may not) be your problem!

The adjustment panels for Brush and Gradients can be collapsed smaller to a single 'Amount' slider, and the Basic (Global) panel below becomes more obvious.

As a result you may be adjusting the Basic sliders and not the Brush/Gradient sliders.

There is a small spinner triangle that opens/closes the full Brush/Gradient panels.

Click here-

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Can make local adjustments. Adjustments always global. Am up to date with MAC software July 27,2020

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Hello.  I need help as I can't make local adjustments using filters or brush in LR Classic. When I use Gradial filter to make adjustments it effects the entire image. My software is up to date. I use Mac desk top. Mojave 10.14.6

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Correct answer by WobertC | Adobe Community Professional

This may (or may not) be your problem!

The adjustment panels for Brush and Gradients can be collapsed smaller to a single 'Amount' slider, and the Basic (Global) panel below becomes more obvious.

As a result you may be adjusting the Basic sliders and not the Brush/Gradient sliders.

There is a small spinner triangle that opens/closes the full Brush/Gradient panels.

Click here-

ScreenShot040.jpg

 

 

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This may (or may not) be your problem!

The adjustment panels for Brush and Gradients can be collapsed smaller to a single 'Amount' slider, and the Basic (Global) panel below becomes more obvious.

As a result you may be adjusting the Basic sliders and not the Brush/Gradient sliders.

There is a small spinner triangle that opens/closes the full Brush/Gradient panels.

Click here-

ScreenShot040.jpg

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 10.0, Photoshop 22.0, Lightroom 4.0, Windows-10. Nikon DSLR.

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Oh my gosh!!!! It worked!! THANK YOU!!!

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