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Good afternoon,

I'm looking for a setting which will enable histogram clipping warning(s) in whites and blacks when I begin the .cr2 raw edit process.

My basic standard latitude image process in Bridge  is:

Exposure
Blacks to clip then back
White balance
Whites to clip then back
Shadows
Highlights
Blacks again to minor clip, then back.

The clip indicator is important to me.

How do I enable it?

Thank you in advance,

Ben


 

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Hi BenAZPhoto,

Welcome to the forums :)

When loading your image into Affinity Photo there are 3 options in the top left of the toolbar, these will turn on/off Highlight, Shadow & Tone cliping.

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I hope this helps!

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11 minutes ago, Dan C said:

When loading your image into Affinity Photo there are 3 options in the top left of the toolbar, these will turn on/off Highlight, Shadow & Tone cliping.

image.png

I hope this helps!

Uh, right. [couldn't resist it emoticon]


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2 minutes ago, Old Bruce said:

Uh, right. [couldn't resist it emoticon]

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Thanks for letting me know Bruce, It's been a long day!

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