Local adjustments are a powerful way to control where edits are applied to images. Restricting where they apply greatly expands your creative options in post-production. A good example is darkening a bright sky without touching the rest of the image. This video was made to show you how to make local adjustments like this in Exposure.
Watch it to learn how Exposure’s selection tools operate. We demonstrate how to use brushing, gradients, selections, and color constraints to seamlessly blend the edits you apply. We also show you how you can flexibly mix different tools to create detailed, complex selections in Exposure.