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Author Topic: The Contrast Slider, and Black and White Points  (Read 4312 times)
mcmorrison
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« on: March 27, 2011, 05:35:16 PM »
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Hello,

A3 and LR3 differ in a number of ways, the implementation of brushes being one of the more obvious.

Another that I have noticed is that in LR the contrast slider appears to respect the black point and exposure (white point) settings, whereas in A3 the contrast slider seems to push the data out beyond these requiring either a prediction in advance of where contrast will take pixels, or an iteration between C, B, and W sliders to arrive at the desired image.

Do others notice this difference? If so, how do you handle it, and which approach do you like better? Other thoughts on this topic?

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Michael
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« Reply #1 on: April 05, 2011, 06:52:20 AM »
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Shame you have not had any replies to this.

I use Aperture and avoid using the contrast slider in most instances for this reason.
Technically I have no answer.

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