Exposure Editing – Combining Color Constraints

We’ve heard a lot of positive feedback about Exposure’s new 3D color masking. Today we’re making it even more useful by releasing an update with a new masking feature. The update will enable you to combine multiple color constraints in a single layer. For example, you could target two specific colors to enhance with vibrance. This further streamlines creative editing by making it easy to create precise masks very quickly.

Watch our video to see the new feature in action. We’ll demonstrate how to select areas using 3D color constraint, then show how to add additional constraints on the same layer and switch between them.

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