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Auggestion - Adding luma Curves in LR and ACR, adiing curves and HSL to brush and gradient

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Apr 26, 2020

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01.jpgHi people,
01. I have a suggestion for Adobe team to insert luma curves in the LR and ACR.

02. For camera profiles to give us the option to choose Base Tone Curves contrast option. (A curve that is integrated into the camera profile).
For example:
When I choose a standard camera profil  (my camera profile not adobe, canon standar, or portrait etc.) I gets too much contrast, the shadows are too dark and saturated (I tested other cameras as well).
So in the beginning, we lose the ability to make the most of the dynamic range of our cameras.
So make it an option to choose between: Strong contrast, contrast, slight contrast and linear.
By adding this option  sliders that already exist the contrast, highlight, shadows, whites, blacks will have a greater/better effect and maximize the dynamic range of our cameras.

So, no confusion, I'm talking about the contrast already integrated into the camera profile by adobe engineer.  For now, I fix this deficiency by creating 4 camera profiles with the aforementioned contrasts in the DNG editor and importing those profiles into LR and ACR.

3. Give us the option that we can use curves and HSL in brush and gradient.

Hope this post will reach the right people,
Thank You,
Milenko


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Auggestion - Adding luma Curves in LR and ACR, adiing curves and HSL to brush and gradient

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01.jpgHi people,
01. I have a suggestion for Adobe team to insert luma curves in the LR and ACR.

02. For camera profiles to give us the option to choose Base Tone Curves contrast option. (A curve that is integrated into the camera profile).
For example:
When I choose a standard camera profil  (my camera profile not adobe, canon standar, or portrait etc.) I gets too much contrast, the shadows are too dark and saturated (I tested other cameras as well).
So in the beginning, we lose the ability to make the most of the dynamic range of our cameras.
So make it an option to choose between: Strong contrast, contrast, slight contrast and linear.
By adding this option  sliders that already exist the contrast, highlight, shadows, whites, blacks will have a greater/better effect and maximize the dynamic range of our cameras.

So, no confusion, I'm talking about the contrast already integrated into the camera profile by adobe engineer.  For now, I fix this deficiency by creating 4 camera profiles with the aforementioned contrasts in the DNG editor and importing those profiles into LR and ACR.

3. Give us the option that we can use curves and HSL in brush and gradient.

Hope this post will reach the right people,
Thank You,
Milenko


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Apr 27, 2020

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Adobe wants all product suggestions posted in the official feedback forum:
https://feedback.photoshop.com/photoshop_family/categories/photoshop_family_photoshop_lightroom

Product developers read everything posted there, but rarely participate here, which is primarily a user-to-user forum.

 

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OK,

tnx John

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