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Add "Current and below" for the Spot Healing Brush

Enthusiast ,
May 09, 2024 May 09, 2024

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Add "Current and below" for the Spot Healing Brush (just like in the regular Healing brush).

IvanZajats_0-1715257886551.png

 

Now if we have some color correcting adjustments above, we have to turn them on/off all the time when the 

IvanZajats_1-1715258170108.png is checked. Or we have to uncheck it and work destructively on the image layer itself (or on a copy, but it's desctructive editing anyway).

 

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Community Expert ,
May 09, 2024 May 09, 2024

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Yes, "sample all layers" will draw from all pixel layers above and below as source to generate new data.

 

Adjustment layers above the target layer are ignored, even clipped ones, while adjustment layers below the target layer are included. I still need to wrap my head around that counter-intuitive fact. That makes no sense.

 

However, here's what I really don't get:

"Or we have to uncheck it and work destructively on the image layer itself (or on a copy, but it's desctructive editing anyway)"

 

This direct pixel editing on pixel layers no matter which way you're doing it. How can it not be destructive?

 

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Enthusiast ,
May 09, 2024 May 09, 2024

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@D Fosse, it can be non-destructive on an empty layer, watch some retouching tutorials 🙂 LOL

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May 09, 2024 May 09, 2024

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OK, but anyway, adjustment layers above are ignored and you don't need to turn them off.

 

My perspective is probably different from yours. I work off raw files so nothing is ever really destructive, there's always an original back there. I don't worry too much about it.

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Enthusiast ,
May 13, 2024 May 13, 2024

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@D Fosse, surprisingly you're right, why does it say "Sample ALL layers" then? anyway, we also have dodge&burn above, which I prefer doing with black & white brush on a blank layer in Soft light, so it definitely affects the healing.

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