An update to Exposure is now available. Exposure X2.2 now offers additional Photoshop integration. You can now export your images as a PSD file. You can choose 8 or 16 bits per component and select from sRGB, AdobeRGB, ProPhoto RGB, or your original color space.
When you choose to edit a copy of your image in Photoshop, Exposure chooses PSD as the default file type.
Note that when Exposure writes a PSD to Photoshop, it merges multiple layers that you have created in Exposure in order to create the PSD document.
This update is free for everyone who owns Exposure X2. You can download it on our updates page.
Watch our Working with Photoshop Files video to learn about all of Exposure’s Photoshop integration features.
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