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How To Edit Background - Remove Crease Marks

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Jun 22, 2019

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Hi team,

I want to change the background colour and remove crease marks in Lightroom. Can someone link me to a tutorial please? I have Lightroom, but can't see the 'Develop' tab...I think I just have the Desktop App? Argh. Please help...thank-you.lightroom123.png

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Correct answer by Theresa_J | Adobe Community Professional

The develop module is part of Lightroom Classic and you are using Lightroom.

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In Lightroom you could use the Spot healing brush to try and remove the creases. Then you could use the Adjustment Brush and paint in a minus exposure to darken the background. If you google both of these tools I am sure you will find tutorials. However in my opinion Lightroom or Lightroom Classic can’t do a professional quality job with these kinds of edits. You really need to take them into Photoshop for that.

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How To Edit Background - Remove Crease Marks

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Hi team,

I want to change the background colour and remove crease marks in Lightroom. Can someone link me to a tutorial please? I have Lightroom, but can't see the 'Develop' tab...I think I just have the Desktop App? Argh. Please help...thank-you.lightroom123.png

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Correct answer by Theresa_J | Adobe Community Professional

The develop module is part of Lightroom Classic and you are using Lightroom.

Lightroom vs. Lightroom Classic | Adobe

In Lightroom you could use the Spot healing brush to try and remove the creases. Then you could use the Adjustment Brush and paint in a minus exposure to darken the background. If you google both of these tools I am sure you will find tutorials. However in my opinion Lightroom or Lightroom Classic can’t do a professional quality job with these kinds of edits. You really need to take them into Photoshop for that.

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The develop module is part of Lightroom Classic and you are using Lightroom.

Lightroom vs. Lightroom Classic | Adobe

In Lightroom you could use the Spot healing brush to try and remove the creases. Then you could use the Adjustment Brush and paint in a minus exposure to darken the background. If you google both of these tools I am sure you will find tutorials. However in my opinion Lightroom or Lightroom Classic can’t do a professional quality job with these kinds of edits. You really need to take them into Photoshop for that.

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