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Blue appears in black areas when increasing contrast/shadow/black values in Camera Raw Filter

Blacks turn bright blue in Camera Raw Filter when I increase values for Shadow/Contrast/Black and even in many cases Texture and Clarity.... This has been going on for a while now and wasn't fixed after the last update. I use Photoshop CC 20.0.7. Camera Raw Filter settings are all default.

 

System info: Windows 10 Pro, GeForce MTX graphics card.

 

 

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Thanks for any help, cheers.

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Correct Answer by Chuck Uebele | Adobe Community Professional

That is the clipping indicator. To turn it off, click on the square on the top left side of the histogram.

acr clipping.jpg

 

Moving to the camera raw forum from the PS forum.

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Blue appears in black areas when increasing contrast/shadow/black values in Camera Raw Filter

Blacks turn bright blue in Camera Raw Filter when I increase values for Shadow/Contrast/Black and even in many cases Texture and Clarity.... This has been going on for a while now and wasn't fixed after the last update. I use Photoshop CC 20.0.7. Camera Raw Filter settings are all default.

 

System info: Windows 10 Pro, GeForce MTX graphics card.

 

 

blue CRF.JPG

 

Thanks for any help, cheers.

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Correct Answer by Chuck Uebele | Adobe Community Professional

That is the clipping indicator. To turn it off, click on the square on the top left side of the histogram.

acr clipping.jpg

 

Moving to the camera raw forum from the PS forum.

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That is the clipping indicator. To turn it off, click on...

That is the clipping indicator. To turn it off, click on the square on the top left side of the histogram.

acr clipping.jpg

 

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thanks. Must have clicked on it by mistake d'oh.

thanks. Must have clicked on it by mistake d'oh.

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Re: That is the clipping indicator. To turn it off, click on...

Adobe Community Professional , Oct 31, 2019

Easy to do.

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