Editing Negatives in Exposure

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Exposure includes presets that enable you to quickly develop scanned negatives. You have complete control over the process, both when you are developing color or black and white images. You can customize how your negatives are inverted using Exposure’s robust selection of editing tools. For example, you can rescue detail from dark shadows, or pull back highlights, and you can save any of the modifications you make as a new preset for use in the future.

Watch this tutorial and see how to invert and develop scans of negative images in Exposure. We’ll show you how to fine-tune the inversion process to make your photos pop, how you can create your own negative presets, and more.

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