"erase" & "clone/stamp" tools

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    ralph louzon

    This stamped layer is awkward indeed...

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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi Pierre,

    Thank you for your feedback on the Erase and Clone/Stamp tools. We are aware of the issue and will address it a future update.

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    Blaine Luther

    Angela 

    2 questions:   For the above problem from Pierre, is this still an issue in Luminar 3?     Is it recommended to sharpen after the clone and stamp?   Sharpening is the last filter I use in my editing workflow.

    Blaine

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    Kate Williams

    Hi Blaine,

    Yes, Clone and Stamp creates a new layer that's placed above the basic layer. Moreover, you're absolutely right - it's recommended to apply detail corrections, such as Noise Reduction and Sharpening, as the last step of editing. 

     

     

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    Member

    Luminar 4 Eraser tool should have an opacity slider. When it erases a spot it leaves a... spot of its own...

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    Angela Andrieux

    Hi,

    You an do this now - the Erase tool creates its own layer. You can then decrease the opacity of that layer to decrease the effect.

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    Member

    Oh, I get it now! And you can even use the brush to tune it up further. Nice. However it seems to invalidate any previous correction layers. The best way must be to start with the Eraser tools and make any adjustments next, I think...

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