Adobe Lightroom gets first Firefly feature — Generative Remove – Computerworld

Adobe is bringing Firefly features to Lightroom for the first time with the addition of Generative Remove.

Adobe has been busy adding Firefly features to its various apps over the past year, including Photoshop and Premiere Pro; now it’s Lightroom’s turn.

Lightroom is Adobe’s app for organizing and processing photographs.

As with the similar Generative Fill feature in Photoshop, Generative Remove lets users remove unwanted elements of a photo —  wrinkles on a tablecloth in food photography, for example, or distractions in holiday photos — by selecting them and deleting. It does this non-destructively, meaning any changes can be reversed. 

Users also have access to several presets to help them get started. 


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