Toggling onscreen Shadow/Highlight clipping warnings


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Toggling onscreen Shadow/Highlight clipping warnings

So, in addition being able to preview your before and after of any particular thing that you're doing in a panel, there is one additional type of preview, called a clipping preview. What do I mean by that? So when you're adjusting things like Exposure or Recovery or Fill Light, using the sliders over here in the right, you often want to pay attention to when you're going to be losing detail, either in the highlights or in the shadows. So let's take a look at this. If I turn on the Highlight clipping preview, I'll do that by over here in the Histogram. This is a graph of the tonal values in your particular image.

There are two little widgets here in the upper right-hand corner and in the upper left-hand corner. If I click on that little white icon there and hover over, it tells me Highlight clipping warning. I can see there is actually a keyboard shortcut for that, a letter O. If I mouse over the black icon, it'll give me a tool tip telling me that's the Shado...

Toggling onscreen Shadow/Highlight clipping warnings
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Toggling onscreen Shadow/Highlight clipping warnings provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the Photoshop CS5 Essential Training

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Design Photography
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