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Using Lightroom Classic’s Clipping Warnings

Happy Monday, everybody! I know it’s not Tuesday yet, which is the normal day for us sharing a Lightroom Coffee Break, but what the heck – let’s kick off what is going to be an awesome week with another new tip from Adobe’s own Benjamin Warde – this one is about using Lightroom Classic’s clipping warnings. The video is just 60-seconds long, but it’s all good stuff to know!

That stuff can save you! Thanks, Benjamin.

Hope you all have a great Monday (one that feels like a Tuesday), and I’m looking forward to seeing some of you next week at my seminars in San Antonio and Houston. If you’re not signed up yet, here’s the link. 

Best,

-Scott

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5 comments

  1. Kim Brun 13 February, 2018 at 10:08 Reply

    Unfortunately, there is still no way for the User to define what the Clipping Values are. Currently they are Adobe defined with no way to change them. It would be much more helpful if one could define several different Clipping Values for various Outputs. Maybe even being able to create Clipping Value Presets.

  2. Jürgen 12 February, 2018 at 04:08 Reply

    No new stuff at all. Instead of two mouseclicks I use the shortcut „J“ on my keyboard to toggle the indicators on and off.

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