Creating Spot Color Effects in Exposure

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Exposure’s advanced layers functionality and brush tool provide a great way to create spot color effects. Spot color or selective color is a powerful method for directing the viewer’s attention to the subject of a photo. Spot color converts a color photo to black and white, leaving a select area of the image with its original coloring.

Watch our latest quick tip video and learn how to create a powerful spot color effect in Exposure. We’ll show you how to convert your image to black and white, how to control the application of the effects with brushing, and more.

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