When it comes to mastering the tools in Exposure X2, we’ve got you covered with this series of photo editing tutorials. If you’re new to Exposure, we recommend watching our Getting Started videos first.
Below the photo editing tutorials, you’ll find more resources, such as helpful articles, as well as links to our tech support and social media pages.
Learn how to export finished images from Exposure. Detailed descriptions of all file handling options such as metadata, image size, and more are included in this video. Exporting is the last major step in your editing workflow in Exposure.
Batch editing is a post-processing technique that allows for adjusting a bunch of images fast. If you have images shot under similar lighting conditions, you can apply the same tweaks to them all at once. Exposure gives you a few different ways to batch edit photos.
It’s easy to use Exposure with Photoshop thanks to Exposure’s ability to read and write Photoshop’s PSD format. Learn how to export Exposure-edited files as PSDs, launch Photoshop as an external editor, and use Exposure to edit PSDs created in Photoshop.
Learn how to add software applications into Exposure as external editors. Integrating all your tools into one central post-processing app is one of the great benefits to using Exposure as the centerpiece of your workflow.
This tutorial introduces you to the three types of sharpening available in Exposure, and it explains when to use each kind. Learn how to get great-looking sharpening results by adding the effects during various periods in your workflow.
Applying adjustments locally significantly expands your abilities for creative control during editing. Use them to apply editing changes only to the areas you designate, and seamlessly blend any of the edits you make.