Chalo .......let's go.
Jokes apart. Really using feet is more easy than PS or LR.
Kripa karey prabhu,Katey pe namak na chidke.There are 2 easy ways to handle wires. First , walk & avoid them while framing. I understand , I understand , next best is to say in the caption that you did not want to avoid them just to show the ENVIRONMENT. Believe me , it works !!!!
Learn Photoshop.Kripa karey prabhu,Katey pe namak na chidke.
Is the reduced exposure showing in the slider ?[/QUOTE][QUOTE="sumitro_d, post: 1181163, member: 15520" image. this setting reduces the exposure marginally. .
Only default setting is shown in all sliders (when i open same image in Develop modeule)Is the reduced exposure showing in the slider ?
I do not compare to camera LCD. I compare the image on same screen. before opening preview and after preview is created. Let me try to create a video of this, that should explain better.Then how do you know that exposure is tweaked a bit? I mean do you compare the output from the camera LCD or any other programme. The point of the question is , in Lightroom , when I import RAW , I put it through a custom mix of mine before import. The minute changes are all reflected through slider. If the slider position is unaltered , in all probabilities, such change is perceived only.