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.
Removing shiny spots on skin is common to the retouching workflow of portrait photographers. This tutorial demonstrates how Exposure simplifies the process of reducing or eliminating bright shiny spots.
Vignettes are a dynamic artistic tool that can strengthen energy and mood in a photo, or subtly draw attention to the subject. This video demonstrates how to create a dense irregular vignette from scratch.
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.
If you love the look and feel of grain, or if you’re drawn to the nostalgia of analog film, check out this tutorial. Learn to the fundamentals of applying and controlling grain effects to enhance your photos in Exposure.
Commercial fashion photographer Robert Coppa demonstrates his photo editing workflow in Exposure. He takes RAW photos from start to finish by developing a distinct look for one image of an editorial shoot.
This video introduces you to several different types of image sharpening, 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.
Learn how to launch images in other programs as external editors from Exposure. Integrating all your tools into one central post-processing tool is one of the great benefits to using Exposure as the centerpiece of your workflow.
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.
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.