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Offline toptog

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"Select cropped" and "lighten slider"  Get on with it Camera Bits!

Offline mzachs

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Re: Getty,AP and Action Images and more need it but where is it Camera Bit!
« Reply #1 on: January 17, 2017, 03:39:15 pm »
These is a nicer way to ask.  :) The idea is actually great for work flow.

Ever since the advent of digital I do underexpose a bit to hold the highlights.

While everyone knows that PM is not a photo editing program a darken/lighten slider with 1/3 stops incremental would help everyone's work flow immensely by not having to take it to Photoshop. Or due to deadline constraints send out slightly dark or light pictures.

Food for thought.
Hope this helps,

Mitchell Zachs
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Re: Getty,AP and Action Images and more need it but where is it Camera Bit!
« Reply #2 on: January 19, 2017, 08:27:52 am »
I have Photoshop CC but for the quickest adjustments before sending to the news agency I use Nik software which is now free.

Offline JonHob

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It would great if PM would build in all the basic editing tools, our workflow would be so much slicker.

Until that time, I think there's still a need for need for a editor without all the crap that is squeezed in to the likes of Photoshop etc. Let's be honest, we all probably use 5% of Ps? We need, imho, a chunkier interface, sliders with bigger grab points, easy to set-up import presets, and export presets, single click black and white points and an easy crop tool. I wish I had the knowledge and inclenation to work on such program for press togs needing fast turnaround.....