Watch this quick tip video and learn how to clean up distracting flyaway stray hairs from your portraits in Exposure.
Learn how to use a helpful feature in Exposure in under 2 minutes with our Quick Tips tutorials. They are a great way to learn about specific workflow processes in Exposure.
Watch our latest video and learn how Exposure makes your photos easy to access, regardless of where they are saved. We’ll show you how Exposure gives you total control over the process.
Author and photographer Sean McCormack demonstrates Exposure’s tethered shooting capability in his article for Lightroom Magazine. Check it out and learn more about how Exposure’s tethering capability and editing tools work for professional food photography.
Aerial photographer Enrique Colección explains why he relies on Blow Up’s crystal clear photo resizing technology when creating wall-sized prints of the Pyrenees Mountains.
Watch this quick tip video and learn how to customize naming templates in Exposure to automatically include photo metadata in names of files and folders.
This informative video shows how to enhance photos with Exposure’s beautiful overlay effects. You’ll see how to customize their placement, opacity, alter the blend mode, set protected areas, and more.
Exposure enables you to edit photos with multiple monitors, which is a great way to increase your productivity and comfort. This video teaches you how to customize your Exposure workspace when using a second screen.
Folder monitoring in Exposure enables tethered shooting workflows. You can preview images on a large screen, cull, edit, apply presets and more, immediately after taking the shot. Watch this video to learn how.
For a chance to be featured in one of our daily Instagram reposts, use our #myexposureedit hashtag on the best work you create using Exposure. Learn more about submitting, and see some of our favorite posts using that tag.
In this quick tip video, we show you how to control the visibility of Exposure's docks with keyboard shortcuts. This enables you to quickly hide controls that you aren't using, so you can see more of your image.