Image Adjustments tips and tricks

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Image Adjustments tips and tricks

Postby TheBrew » Wed Dec 20, 2017 10:50 am

  • Tap and hold the histogram to see the original photo without adjustments.
  • Move your finger vertically away from the adjustment slider to improve precision.
  • Double-tap a slider to reset it to the default value.
  • Double-tap the photo in Crop mode to reset the crop to the nearest 90-degree orientation.
  • Double-tap the photo with two fingers to keep the crop, but snap the rotation to the nearest 90-degree orientation.
  • Tap and hold the rotation-button to pick your preferred rotation mode when pinching and rotating in Crop mode.
  • If you want to apply a color adjustment or crop/rotation to multiple photos, copy the values from the editor, then close it and enter the multi select mode. Select the photos you want to update, tap the adjustments-button and then the Paste button.
  • If you want to export the original photos together with their edits for later editing in Photoshop or Lightroom, pick the 'Don’t pre-process' option under 'Pre-process' in your export location. JPEG files have the adjustments embedded in their metadata. Other filetypes will be exported with a companion XMP sidecar file.
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