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Help with the Tutorial "Make Selective Edits" in Lightroom CC 2020

Community Beginner ,
Apr 01, 2020

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Hello everyone.

I am following the Lightroom online tutorial and have started right at the very beginning "Lightroom Get Started".

 

At the "Make Selective Edits" section, there are several instances during the video(s) that I am struggling with as my application behaves differently compared to the tutors.

 

For example, for the third video (3) on this page (https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-cc/how-to/edit-part-photo-lightroom-cc.html?playlist=/services/pla...) titled "Use the Brush tool to change part of a photo" the tutor shows the brush performing the exposure change in the brushed area instantly.

 

If I follow EXACTLY the same process and settings, I only see a brushed on mask in light red - quite different to hers and in order to "see" the brushed on change, I have to hit return. Which doesn't work for me!

 

I've seen something similar with the other video too in this section " Edit parts of a photo with Radial Gradients" so something is amiss here that I would appreciate an expert's advice on. 

 

Thank you very much!

 

You will be showing the mask overlay. Tab two or three times with the O key to cycle through the tool and mask views. When the mask is not visible you can view the slider effects directly on the image.

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Help with the Tutorial "Make Selective Edits" in Lightroom CC 2020

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Apr 01, 2020

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Hello everyone.

I am following the Lightroom online tutorial and have started right at the very beginning "Lightroom Get Started".

 

At the "Make Selective Edits" section, there are several instances during the video(s) that I am struggling with as my application behaves differently compared to the tutors.

 

For example, for the third video (3) on this page (https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-cc/how-to/edit-part-photo-lightroom-cc.html?playlist=/services/pla...) titled "Use the Brush tool to change part of a photo" the tutor shows the brush performing the exposure change in the brushed area instantly.

 

If I follow EXACTLY the same process and settings, I only see a brushed on mask in light red - quite different to hers and in order to "see" the brushed on change, I have to hit return. Which doesn't work for me!

 

I've seen something similar with the other video too in this section " Edit parts of a photo with Radial Gradients" so something is amiss here that I would appreciate an expert's advice on. 

 

Thank you very much!

 

You will be showing the mask overlay. Tab two or three times with the O key to cycle through the tool and mask views. When the mask is not visible you can view the slider effects directly on the image.

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You will be showing the mask overlay. Tab two or three times with the O key to cycle through the tool and mask views. When the mask is not visible you can view the slider effects directly on the image.

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Genius!  That worked perfectly.  

1,000 thank you's.

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