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Reverse Graduation filter PLEASE

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Jul 17, 2020

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As many landscape photographers move away from external grad filters and to apply in post could adobe please introduce a reverse grad option with in the grad tool in LR and PS raw.

 

Instead of the grad going from dark to light down have it so where you start and pull begins the dark to light transition. This is handy for sunrise and sunset photography

 

This guy has a work around but it involves 2 steps

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmGzTRXdVzY

 

Regards Tony New Zealand

 

Take your graduated filter game to the next level. With reverse grads, you can increase the usability of the graduated filter toolkit in Lightroom. Click the...
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Reverse Graduation filter PLEASE

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As many landscape photographers move away from external grad filters and to apply in post could adobe please introduce a reverse grad option with in the grad tool in LR and PS raw.

 

Instead of the grad going from dark to light down have it so where you start and pull begins the dark to light transition. This is handy for sunrise and sunset photography

 

This guy has a work around but it involves 2 steps

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmGzTRXdVzY

 

Regards Tony New Zealand

 

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Just so you know, you are not talking to Adobe here. we are other Lightroom Classic users, just like you, and we cannot make changes to the software. You need to place your request where Adobe will see it ... there is a link on the main page of this forum that says "Submit Product Feedback", that's where your request belongs.

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Cheers done .....

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Just create it the way that guy showed, and save it as a preset. Then the next time things are much faster, because the only thing you need to do is reposition the two filters.

-- Johan W. Elzenga, http://www.johanfoto.com

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Here's an even better trick, I posted this in the feedback forum too: You can (more or less) do this already in the following way. Zoom out as much as you can, so to 1:16. Now apply a Radial Filter rather than a Graduated filter, and make that very wide and very narrow. The screenshot below is from ACR, but you can do this in Lightroom Classic too. And again you can save this as a preset, so that next time you don't have to zoom in or out, only drag to reposition...

 

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-- Johan W. Elzenga, http://www.johanfoto.com

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