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Blurring Faces

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In my new job, I must blur out faces of some of the people we work with to protect their identity. Is this something I could do with a brush in Lightroom or do I need to do that in Photoshop? I rarely use Photoshop (although I have the CC subscription that includes it) but I'm sure it would be able to do it if there isn't a suitable approach in Lightroom.
 

Hoggy

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Some more options, in addition to the above, are to put noise reduction to 100 and try contrast at -100.

And don't forget that you can right click on the adjustment pin and select 'duplicate' - several times, if needed.
 
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The problem with that trick is that the pins can get stuck on top of eachother. I prefer to copy by ctrl/cmd click and drag.
 
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