Clone vs. Heal in Lightroom, what's the difference?

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When it comes to using the spot removal tool in Lightroom, one thought usually comes to surface: clone vs. heal.

If you aren't already familiar with the spot removal tool in Lightroom, it comes equipped with two tools: the clone tool and the heal tool. Both tools have their uses, but are vastly different from each other and serve distinctive purposes. clone vs heal tool in Lightroom

In this Lightroom tutorial, I am going to demonstrate the differences between the two and when it's appropriate to use each.

 

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  • ahhh now it all makes sense! Thank you for taking the time to make these tutorials!!! :)

    Pearl Lambert

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