Join Tim Grey for an in-depth discussion in this video Loupe & Histogram displays, part of Basics of Using the Nik Collection.
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…When you're working on applying a variety…of different effects using an application within the…Nik Collection, generally, you'll probably find that you…want to just look at the overall image.…In other words, you'll view the full image,…as you decide which particular preset you might…want to use and how you might want…to fine-tune the settings, over on the right panel.…But, you can also take a closer look at the overall image or get a…sense of the distribution of tonal values within…the image using the Loupe and Histogram displays.…
As I move my mouse over the image, for example,…you'll notice that at the bottom-right corner we have a Loupe…display that is providing a closer look of the specific…area of the photo that my mouse in currently hovering over.…This allows me to just pan my mouse across the image to get a closer look at…any portion of the image while I'm evaluating, for…example, the various adjustments that I might be applying.…If I want to pay particular attention to a specific area of the…photo, I can lock the loupe to a specific portion of the image.…
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