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In Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop, The Clipping Warning triangles turn different colors to show that different channels are being clipped. If no values are clipped, the triangles are black. If values are clipped in the red channel the triangles are red. If values are clipped in the green channel the triangles are green.
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NOTE : Images with an icon next to them have been artificially shrunk to better fit your screen; click the icon to restore them, in place, to their regular size. Adobe has released a second free beta for Lightroom 3 (“ Lightroom 3 Beta 2” — Lr3b2 ) with a lot of bug fixes and speed improvements, and a few new goodies not found in Lr2 or the first Lightroom 3 beta, including:
This plugin allows you to have Develop snapshots created automatically upon image export. This plugin works in Lightroom 4 and Lightroom 3 (though you must have at least version 3.5 for the latter). The same download works for both Windows and Mac. See the box to the upper right for the download link link (in orange) and installation instructions. Creating snapshots on export can be useful so that even if you later make develop/cropping changes to an image — on purpose or by accident — you'll be able to inspect (or even revert to) the as-exported state.
NOTE : Images with an icon next to them have been artificially shrunk to better fit your screen; click the icon to restore them, in place, to their regular size. Photo being processed: D200 + 70-200mm f/2.8 @ 200 mm — 1 / 100 sec, f /4.5, ISO 320 — map & image data — nearby photos On Top of the (Monochromatic) World via the “Monochrome” preset discussed below Note for Lightroom 4 and Later: The presets in this article were developed for “Process: 2010”, which was standard in Lightroom 3.
NOTE : Images with an icon next to them have been artificially shrunk to better fit your screen; click the icon to restore them, in place, to their regular size. If you're not really into digital photography, you may have never heard of Scott Kelby , but he's quite the media dynamo in the on-line digital-photography world.
Check back often for new additions! Instructions: 1. Click on preset title or example photo to download. If this doesn’t work, right-click title or photo and choose “Save As” 2. Double-click on folder to open. Extract file to somewhere you’ll remember (I find “Desktop” works pretty well). 3.