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Adaptive Filters in LR Allow for HSL edits while regular masking doesn't?

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Jun 17, 2022 Jun 17, 2022

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Hello!  So... one of the major features I'd love to have is HSL sliders with masks. They haven't been there for years in Lightroom, but it looks like the new adaptive filters now allow for this?  

 

Still - in regular masking mode, it looks like there is no HSL slider available, and AFTER I create the initial adaptive filter mask, when I want to go and edit that mask later, it looks like the HSL slider isn't there any longer and only appears when the adaptive filter is first created. 


Is this how it works for others too? 

 

 

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Jun 20, 2022 Jun 20, 2022

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I'm not sure I'm quite following. The HSL sliders as pictured in your screenshot are only available for global edits. However you can use a Masking > Color Range selection to target the colors you want to change, then the local Hue and Saturation and Exposure sliders to adjust that color range. It's actually far more flexible than the global HSL sliders.

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It is a bit confusing perhaps. When you click on an adaptive preset, that preset gets applied. The panel on the right is still the global panel however, not the local adjustment panel that belongs to the mask that was also created by the preset.

 

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