Exposure Tutorials

Exposure: What’s New

Demonstrates the use some of the new features in version 6 such as the new creative focus effects, the new borders, and handy workflow enhancements.

Image © Robert Hamilton. Model: Sierra Jean Vickers w/SLU Agency

Exposure: Introduction

This is the story of Exposure. If you already own Exposure, you can skip this one.

Images © Jeff Butterworth, Chris Corradino, Sue Bryce, Christopher Wilson, Robert Hamilton

Exposure: Getting Started

Demonstrates the basics of using Exposure, including how to launch it from Photoshop.

Image © Sue Bryce.

Exposure: Aperture

This video shows how to launch Exposure from Apple Aperture. It also shows you how to batch process images with Exposure.

Image © Brian Mullins.

Exposure: Lightroom

This video shows how to launch Exposure from Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. It also shows you how to batch process images with Exposure.

Images © Chris Corradino.

Exposure: Standalone Application

Exposure now works as a standalone application. This video shows you how to launch it and process images in batches.

Images © Felix Kunze.

Exposure: Workflow with Andrew Foord

Photoshop whiz Andrew Foord demonstrates a typical use of Exposure during his retouching workflow.

Image © Andrew Foord

Exposure: Custom Textures

Exposure 6 includes a gang of new lighting effects such as realistic sun flares, and authentic vintage borders from world-renowned photographer Parker J Pfister. This video demonstrates importing your own custom texture overlays and includes specific details about appropriate file types and blend modes.

Image © Tony Sweet

Exposure: Webinar with Jeff Ascough

Jeff Ascough outlines his editing workflow from beginning to end. He covers a lot of ground inside of the software paying special attention to the Tone Curve panel, where he leverages custom time-saving presets. Jeff usually doesn’t spend a lot of time in Exposure on each image–it’s rarely more than just a minute or two. Webinar begins at 00:04:12.

Image © Jeff Ascough

Superkids Part I

This project begins by preparing images in Lightroom with an end goal of enhancing the final composite with Exposure. Learn how to efficiently locate candidate images from a shoot, and make adjustments with basic tools in Lightroom.

Image © Jimmy Beech