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Adobe Expands Lightroom with AI-Powered Generative Remove and Lens Blur

Generative Remove generates three different variations to replace the removed object, allowing users to select the most natural-looking option.

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has introduced two new generative AI tools to its Lightroom suite: Generative Remove and Lens Blur. These features are now available across all Lightroom platforms, including mobile, desktop, iPad, web, and Classic versions. Both tools are designed for users ranging from hobbyists to professionals and are paid features.

Generative Remove and Lens Blur Capabilities

The Lens Blur tool allows users to add blur effects to specific parts of their images with a single click, and it now includes new presets. It automatically estimates field-of-view depth to create a more natural background blur.
 
The Generative Remove tool, currently in early access, enables users to remove unwanted objects from photos non-destructively. Generative Remove generates three different variations to replace the removed object, allowing users to select the most natural-looking option. Adobe describes it as the most powerful remove tool in Lightroom, capable of eliminating distractions such as stains, wrinkles, and unwanted reflections.
 
During the early access period, Adobe is collecting user feedback to refine the Firefly Image 1 model that powers Generative Remove. This tool intelligently matches the removed area with pixel-perfect generations, ensuring high-quality, realistic results. The feature aims to streamline retouching workflows and provide more precise control for photographers.
 
Adobe Lightroom Lens Blur

Adobe says that since its launch in March 2023, Firefly has generated over 8 billion images. Trained on licensed content such as Adobe Stock, Firefly ensures that the generated content is suitable for commercial use without infringing on copyright.

Additional Features and Future Plans

During its beta phase, this feature is free to use, but it will likely adopt the “Generative Credit” system used by other Firefly-powered tools. Credit packs for Generative Remove start at $4.99. Once generally available, the feature will support Content Credentials, which apply a metadata label to images edited using Adobe's generative . Adobe has been integrating Firefly-powered tools into several of its creative software applications since the model was launched last year.
 

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Markus Kasanmascheff
Markus Kasanmascheff
Markus is the founder of WinBuzzer and has been playing with Windows and technology for more than 25 years. He is holding a Master´s degree in International Economics and previously worked as Lead Windows Expert for Softonic.com.

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