Exposure’s Gradient Tools Quick Tip

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The gradient tools in Exposure provide a great way to achieve a blended, seamless combination of effects in your images. The radial, planar, and half-planar shapes are an easy and powerful way to specify where effects are applied to your image.

Watch our latest quick tip video to see Exposure’s gradient tools in action. We’ll show you how to darken an overexposed sky, how to apply a preset to part of an image, and more.

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  1. Mary Howard April 14, 2018 at 1:16 pm - Reply

    Hi Jimmy – Just to let you know. I tried to download the updated Exposure X3 from your webpage and also from my program and my Norton said it was not safe and has been removed (WS.Reputation.1) Please let me know if you have a safe link somewhere else. Thank you. Mary

    • Jimmy Beech April 16, 2018 at 12:09 pm - Reply

      Hi Mary, thanks for commenting. Norton uses a community rating system. If a new software product hasn’t been downloaded enough times to register as safe to their standards, it will warn you that it has an unsafe reputation. It’s a common problem when new software is released as it takes a little while for the number of safe downloads to be completed before Norton’s system recognizes it as safe. This notification does not mean our software has contains viruses. It’s simply a community reputation warning from Norton.

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