Highligts in lightroom ipad version while I use paintbrush

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one of the reasons why I cannot use Lightroom in ipad to 100 by 100

when I do a study session with the white background. if i need totally white. I illuminate between 1,5 and 2 diaphragms above to expose the background.

When you see the result in Lightroom on mac, it’s magic, you check the "Highlights" box, and everything that is pure white on the background is painted red.

you choose a brush with an exposition 1,5 and paint the areas that are not in red. There is always some area that is not 100% white.

Lightroom is very fast for this type of situation. And the result is magnificent.

But, in the Ipad, we have a brush to overlay, but we can’t see the "higlights" zones.

There is a way to see the overexposed areas when you use the exposure settings, but not when you use a brush.

someone knows some Method to make these adjustments to the ipad?

This type of work with the white background in Lightroom, I saw in several Zack arias tutorials.

Thanks

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Highligts in lightroom ipad version while I use paintbrush

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one of the reasons why I cannot use Lightroom in ipad to 100 by 100

when I do a study session with the white background. if i need totally white. I illuminate between 1,5 and 2 diaphragms above to expose the background.

When you see the result in Lightroom on mac, it’s magic, you check the "Highlights" box, and everything that is pure white on the background is painted red.

you choose a brush with an exposition 1,5 and paint the areas that are not in red. There is always some area that is not 100% white.

Lightroom is very fast for this type of situation. And the result is magnificent.

But, in the Ipad, we have a brush to overlay, but we can’t see the "higlights" zones.

There is a way to see the overexposed areas when you use the exposure settings, but not when you use a brush.

someone knows some Method to make these adjustments to the ipad?

This type of work with the white background in Lightroom, I saw in several Zack arias tutorials.

Thanks

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