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I need to edit product pictures taken on white background in my photo studio so the white background is 100% white. I usually do this in Photoshop with the levels panel. I use the eyedropper inside the Ps levels panel and click in the picture on the white background. Ps changes the levels automatically so the white background becomes 100% white.

 

This functionality I need in Affinity Photo but the levels panel has no eyedropper. Sliding the levels pointers doesn't give me a pure white background. I need a way to tell where the white pixels are that need to become pure white.

 

Is there another workaround I can use to adapt the pictures from my photo studio so white becomes pure white?

 

Thanks for helping me out.

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Have you tried using the While Balance adjustment instead? Clicking anywhere on the image sets that pixel as the white point. You can also drag to sample all pixels under the cursor or alt-drag a selection marquee to sample all the pixels it contains.


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