This is the second part of a two part series of the Develop module in Adobe Lightroom. With the tools that are provided to you in Lightroom you can do much of the editing that you will ever need to do to any type of photograph.
Cloning can be done with the clone tool that will copy parts of the photo to another that is handy when removing things. You also have a heal tool that looks for the same type of texture in the photograph that you are trying to repair that is handy in cleaning up faces in portraits.
Graduated Filters act as neutral density filters and come in two different types a Graduated one and a Radial one that is round. You can use these filters to correct exposure problems with your photo or emphasize a part of the photo.
There is a red eye reduction tool that can be used to correct the red eye effect that can happen with flash photography. There is also a red eye reduction for animals that can be useful in keeping the family pet not looking like Cujo.
And then there is the brushes! There are countless things you can do with the brushes that than touch up enhance hide or brighten up parts of your photo. Too numerous to mention all of the things you can do with the brushes. Please go to the link below and watch my video on Lightroom's specific detail corrections.
Adobe Lightroom Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-AmCBiuMME