Enhanced Photo Editing with Exposure’s Brushing and Layering

By | January 3rd, 2017|Tutorials, Exposure|0 Comments

The brushing and layering system in Exposure X2 helps with your photo editing workflow by giving you endless creative options. And for those of you who use Exposure as a Photoshop plug-in, it allows you to do all your creative edits in a single session.

This tutorial video demonstrates how the brushing and layering system works. First, you’ll learn how to brush an effect into a small area, which is useful for adjusting a specific part of your image. Then, you’ll learn how to apply a preset to the entire image and remove it from selective areas, such as the subject’s skin. And finally, you’ll learn how to add numerous preset layers to an image and adjust the opacity of each effect individually.

Watch the video below so you can start making the most of Exposure’s creative capabilities:

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