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How to use the whites & black sliders in Lightroom
Six photo editing terms you need to know
Understanding clipped highlights in two minutes
Photography 101: How to read and understand a histogram
Quick Tip: Detailed Clipping Preview
ON1 Photo RAW 2018 First Look: Develop
Whites & Blacks Clipping Sliders in Lightroom
Portrait Tips: Remember the White Balance, Forget the Histogram

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Photofocus Quick Tip Lightroom

Quick Tip: Detailed Clipping Preview

If you want to set the white point and black point in your photos with precision, you’ll want to take advantage of the detailed clipping preview option in Lightroom. Go beyond the clipping display you can enable from the histogram,

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Photofocus First Look On1 Develop

ON1 Photo RAW 2018 First Look: Develop

Raw files are data rich. Their depth of tones and information allow photographers amazing amounts of post-processing creativity. While Adobe’s Camera Raw engine in Lightroom CC, Lightroom CC Classic, and in Photoshop/Bridge have been the 800-pound gorilla in the room of

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No clipping adjustment on the left. What a difference those two controls make to the photo on the right!

Whites & Blacks Clipping Sliders in Lightroom

Right there in Lightroom’s Develop module are two enigmatic sliders. Whites and Blacks. What do these two do? The word “clipping” in the title is a clue. These sliders set the brightest and darkest parts of a photograph. Of course,

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Photofocus First Look On1 Develop

ON1 Photo RAW 2018 First Look: Develop

Raw files are data rich. Their depth of tones and information allow photographers amazing amounts of post-processing creativity. While Adobe’s Camera Raw engine in Lightroom CC, Lightroom CC Classic, and in Photoshop/Bridge have been the 800-pound gorilla in the room of

Read More
No clipping adjustment on the left. What a difference those two controls make to the photo on the right!

Whites & Blacks Clipping Sliders in Lightroom

Right there in Lightroom’s Develop module are two enigmatic sliders. Whites and Blacks. What do these two do? The word “clipping” in the title is a clue. These sliders set the brightest and darkest parts of a photograph. Of course,

Read More

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