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Adobe Lightroom gets a magic eraser, and it’s impressive

A screenshot taken of Adobe Lightroom’s new Generative Remove feature.
Adobe is adding more mobile app-like AI editing tools to Lightroom. | Image: Adobe

Adobe is adding some new generative AI tools to Lightroom that aim to make the photo editing platform easier to use for both professional creatives and inexperienced users alike, even from a phone. These include an in-development object removal feature that’s rolling out in beta and new AI lens-blurring effects that are now generally available to all Lightroom users.

“Generative Remove” — powered by the company’s Firefly AI model — is now available to try in early access across Lightroom’s mobile, web, and desktop apps. Described as Lightroom’s “most powerful remove tool yet,” the feature allows users to “paint” over unwanted objects or people in images and then delete them with a click of a button.

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