I’m excited to announce the availability of a free update for owners of Exposure X2. The improvements in it are a result of your feedback, so please keep letting us know what you think! We’re determined to make Exposure the fastest and easiest creative photo editor around.
Download the update from our support downloads page.
Here’s what you’ll find in the new version of Exposure:
Additional Camera Support
We added support for processing RAW files from these cameras:
- Canon 1DX Mark II
- Canon T6s
- Fujifilm X-T2
- Fujifilm X70
- Samsung NX500
- Samsung NX300
If you still see the unsupported file icon for one of these RAW formats after installing the update, select it and click the Reset button. That will tell Exposure to rescan the image so you can work with it.
Expanded Operating System Compatibility
Exposure is now compatible with macOS Sierra and Windows 7. For more information about Windows 7 compatibility, see our recent blog article about it.
New Blur Preset
We added a new blur brush preset to the brushing panel. It allows you to apply blur from the Bokeh panel to areas you choose.
Export Color Space Defaults to sRGB
The default color space on the Export dialog is now sRGB. sRGB is the preferred color space for images that will be used on a web page or shared on social media. When exporting an image for print, we recommend selecting the higher-quality ProPhoto or Adobe RGB color spaces.
- Pressing Cmd+Period (or Ctrl+Period on Windows) will toggle the favorite star on the selected preset in the preset panel.
- The shadow and highlight toggle buttons on the histogram now change color to indicate which channels are clipped.
- We enabled Export functionality when Exposure is launched from Lightroom or Capture One.
- We made a ton of tweaks to improve Exposure’s speed and reliability.
We recommend all Exposure X2 owners install the new version from our support downloads page.