Hello friends, sorry for my English.
Need your help!
My question is: How to shift the curve up or down without violating the characteristics of the points of the built curve?
( move all points of the curve up or down, but without changing their position in the horizontal plane?
Maybe there is a magic keyboard shortcut that will move the curve up or down with all the points at once?
"A magic kb shortcut?" - Not that I know about.
I can only see a labourious workaround of selecting each point on the curve and adding the same amout to the [Output] figure.
eg. 127/127 would be changed to 127/137
Input = Horizontal Axis. Output = Vertical axis.
(Curious!- With a shortcut- What would happen to a white point 255/255? )
I dont have these "Input/Output" sections under my tone curve
Lightroom Classic 8.4
I do not have v8.3 to compare, but TBMK - You do not have the "Input/Output" boxes below the curve window.
Can you check - When you select a point on the curve line with the cursor, do you see the 'numbers' appear at the top of the curve window?
You should be able to get a visual of the numbers, and so to raise points watch the 'output' number rise as you move a point upwards.
I am not really sure exactly what you are trying to achieve by raising the whole curve! Can you explain your reasons?
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Not at a computer to rest. I think, if you have a point, then press down on the shift key and mouse click/drag the point.
Thanks @GoldingD yes, the [Shift] key locks the movement of a point on the curve to the vertical only, so the mouse cursor can only move a point up/down, and not left/right.
Also (in v9.4) when I place the mouse cursor over a point (highlighting the pin), the keyboard up/down Arrow keys become active and each press of a key raises/lowers the point by '1'. Holding down the [Shift] key and using the Arrow keys raises/lowers the point by '2' (curious!) ..