Retouching Portraits

Editing can transform a flat shot into something amazing. This video demonstrates processing methods to add drama and punch to portraits.

Photos: Luc Coiffait

Lasso Selections

The Lasso selection tool in Exposure enables you to easily select objects in photos for editing adjustments. See how in this video.

Photo: Andrea Livieri

Quick Polygon Selections

This video demonstrates how to use the masking selection tools in Exposure. These tools help you quickly generate layer masks that isolate a subject for editing adjustments.

Photo: Jeff Butterworth, Julian Berman

Crop and Transform

Exposure uses a unified crop and transform panel to provide a simple way to compose photos. Learn how to use its tools in this video.

Photo: Patrick Shipstad

Masking Selection Tools

This video demonstrates how to use the masking selection tools in Exposure. These tools help you quickly generate layer masks that isolate a subject for editing adjustments.

Photo: Andrea Livieri

Workspaces

Workspaces are custom arrangements of panels designed for a specific task in Exposure. They help you focus your attention by showing only the controls needed to perform the task.

Photo: Alejandro Gutierrez

Getting Started

Watch this video to learn the basics of using Exposure and about the important features for photo editing and organizing.

Photo: John Barclay

Copying Photos from a Card

This video helps you understand how to copy images from a camera card using Exposure. You'll see how to preview images on your camera cards, efficiently make image selections, edit metadata, apply creative presets, automatically save backups, and more.

Photo: William Innes Photography

Editing RAW Photos

A few basic edits can make all the difference for your final photos. Watch this video and learn tips for getting the most out of your RAW images.

Photo: Bruce Cotton

Noise Reduction

Although every digital photo has noise, it’s usually something to avoid. This video shows you how to reduce noise using Exposure.

Photos: Jeff Butterworth

Advanced Color Editor

Learn how to use the advanced color editor in Exposure for making precise color modifications in images. This video demonstrates the process.

Photos: Randy Kepple

Automatic Image Organization

Efficient photo organization gets you through post-production quickly, so you can spend more time being creative. This tutorial demonstrates how to set up simple rules in Exposure that organize images automatically.

Photo: Hiram Trillo Photography

Editing with the Histogram

The histogram helps photographers quickly evaluate exposure values in their images. This video demonstrates how to put this tool to use it in your workflow.

Photos: Robert Whelan

Gradient Tools

This video demonstrates how to use the gradient tools in Exposure to seamlessly blend and fade the adjustments applied to your images.

Photo: Scott Stulberg

Preset Audition

Learn how to audition several presets on the screen at the same time in Exposure. Comparing presets makes finding the perfect look for each photo a simple process.

Photos: Barbara MacFerrin

Spot Color Effects

Spot color is a powerful method of directing the viewer’s attention. This video demonstrates making selective color effects in Exposure.

Photos: Luc Coiffait

3D Color Masking Deep Dive

Learn how to define detailed layer masks with minimal effort in this video. Defining layer masks is a simple process with Exposure's 3D color masking tools.

Photos: Craig MacPhee

3D Color Masking

Learn how to define layer masks based on hue, saturation, or luminance. You can create masks defined by these constraints and share them between similar photos.

Photos: Andrea Livieri

Camera Profiles

This video demonstrates how to create and use camera profiles, including the use of color checker systems, to reproduce colors that are true to life.

Photo: Pooje Photography

Photo Backups and Archives

Backing up photos is a foundational part of processing digital photography. This video demonstrates methods for creating and managing archives of images.

Photos: C. North

Processing Portraits

Editing can transform a flat shot into something amazing. This video demonstrates processing methods to add drama and punch to portraits.

Photos: Luc Coiffait

Removing Distractions

Watch this video for a lesson in removing distracting elements from photos with the spot healing, cloning, and cropping tools, and how to reduce the impact of elements that can't be removed.

Photos: Kyle S Ford

Wedding Workflow

This tutorial guides you through adding punch to flat photos with adjustments to clarity, contrast, and vibrance. Learn tips on when to use each technique, how much to apply, and more.

Photos: Hiram Trillo

Fast Photo Culling

This video shows you how Exposure helps you quickly cull your images to find the very best ones. And you do all your work, both culling, and editing, in one interface, so you can seamlessly transition between stages in your workflow.

Photo: Kyle Allen

Punching up a Flat Photo

This tutorial guides you through adding punch to flat photos with adjustments to clarity, contrast, and vibrance. Learn tips on when to use each technique, how much to apply, and more.

Photos: David Shoukry

Working with LUTs

Learn how to work with LUTs in your Exposure workflow. This video demonstrates how to import LUTs into Exposure, then how to browse, search, adjust intensity, blend multiple LUTs, and more.

Photos: Scott Stulberg

Overlays

Learn all about Exposure's overlays in this video. We'll show you how to apply borders, textures, and light effects, and how to customize them.

Photo: John Barclay

Printing Photos

Learn the basics of printing, and preparing your images for print, using Exposure’s print capability.

Photo: OCH Studio

Migrating from Lightroom

This video walks you through the process of using Exposure's migration tool to transfer images and image data from a Lightroom catalog into Exposure.

Photo: Hiram Trillo

Tethered Shooting

Learn how to use Exposure for tethered shooting workflows in this video. Tethered shooting enables you to view the finished images on a large screen immediately after clicking the shutter.

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