It’s no secret that Adobe Lightroom has become an incredibly powerful standalone photo editor in its own right over the last few updates. Often, I don’t feel the need to edit in Photoshop at all these days. One of the major updates has of course been the improvements in AI and the masking options. There are several to choose from now, but what happens if those don’t quite suit exactly what you want to do?
In this video, Nigel Danson walks us through using the Intersect option when masking. Essentially, this allows you to use a combination of two masks at the same time to better achieve the effects you want. So what is this “secret” tool and how will it benefit us?