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LrC tone curve interface question

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Jul 11, 2020

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Hello all,

 

I use the tone curve's "base line" (default flat) to trim my highlights and shadows. The problem is, after some update the line is now almost invisible in the shadow end (see picture below, scaled 200 %). 

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Is there a way to customize the panel so I could actually see the line without sticking my nose to the monitor every single time I adjust my shadows?

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LrC tone curve interface question

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Hello all,

 

I use the tone curve's "base line" (default flat) to trim my highlights and shadows. The problem is, after some update the line is now almost invisible in the shadow end (see picture below, scaled 200 %). 

Screenshot 2020-07-11 13.06.39.png

Is there a way to customize the panel so I could actually see the line without sticking my nose to the monitor every single time I adjust my shadows?

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Jul 11, 2020

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The straight answer is no. The centre line is more visible in the point curve though. I appreciate the ease of use in the parametric curve for quick changes, but there is more power in the point curve. 

Sean McCormack http://seanmccormack.com

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