Toggle onscreen Shadow/Highlight Clip warnings Photoshop CC


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Toggling onscreen Shadow/Highlight clipping warnings

When you're making changes to your images in Camera Raw, it's important to keep your eye on both the image as well as the histogram in order to avoid clipping areas in your image to pure black or pure white. Let's go ahead and select the glacier image and then use Cmd+R or Ctrl+R in Windows in order to open it in Camera Raw. As you can see this image is a little bit overexposed, and it's hard to see any detail at the top of the glacier. I'd like to see the areas of my image that are clipped either to pure black or pure white, and in order to do this I'll turn on my clipping warnings. In order to turn on the clipping warning for my shadows I can either click right here on this triangle or I can tap the U key.

In order to preview any of the values that are clipped in my highlight area I'll either click on this icon or tap the O key. We can remember that by just thinking U for underexposed and O for overexposed. As soon as I toggled on the clipping ...

Toggling onscreen Shadow/Highlight clipping warnings
Video duration: 4m 44s 14h 58m Beginner Updated Oct 06, 2014

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Toggling onscreen Shadow/Highlight clipping warnings provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Julieanne Kost as part of the Photoshop CC Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop
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