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non-destructive Tone Mapping?


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Is there a way to apply the 'tone mapping' persona to a layer as and still have it be editable, akin to applying a Camera Raw filter to a 'smart object' layer in Photoshop?

ie, not have the tone mapping be destructive and 'baked' onto the layer.

Probably obvious but I just can't figure out how,

 

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It depends what you mean by.... "and still have it be editable"

You can duplicate your image apply a tone mapping to the duplicate then add a mask to the duplicate layer and paint on the mask to remove (or reduce the effect of) the tone mapping from parts of the image

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17 hours ago, carl123 said:

It depends what you mean by.... "and still have it be editable"

You can duplicate your image apply a tone mapping to the duplicate then add a mask to the duplicate layer and paint on the mask to remove (or reduce the effect of) the tone mapping from parts of the image

I mean be able to apply tone mapping, and then later edit that tone mapping if needed, rather than having to recreate it from scratch.

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