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Jan 05, 2011 17:44 |  #1

I apologise for being stupid but where can I see if a small part of an image is blown out on my monitor screen.

You know like the "highlight priority" job on camera's. Is there anything that can flash or become a different colour to show you.

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Jan 05, 2011 17:56 |  #2

http://www.damiensymon​ds.com.au/tut_clip.htm​l (external link)


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Jan 05, 2011 19:03 |  #3

Damien - that action is pretty sweet. Thanks for the heads up.

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Jan 05, 2011 21:18 |  #4

If you shoot RAW, that feature is available in ACR. It would be nice if Adobe included it in CS.


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Jan 06, 2011 00:34 |  #5

bohdank wrote in post #11582065 (external link)
If you shoot RAW, that feature is available in ACR. It would be nice if Adobe included it in CS.

Create a curves (in cs4 and newer) or levels adjustment layer. Press Alt and drag highlight or shadows slider. That will give a clipping warning.


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Jan 06, 2011 11:37 |  #6

Good tip. Thanks.


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Jan 06, 2011 16:43 |  #7

Thanks a lot guy's


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