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Sun, May 6, 2018 12:51 PM

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Lightroom CC: Add clipping adjustments in Histogram

I frequently used the histogram slider that was available in Lightroom 6 as my first adjustment to rid my shots of clipping highlights and shadows. Since switching over to Lightroom CC I cannot figure out how to accomplish this. was this feature dropped?

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2 years ago

Can you be more specific? What 'histogram slider' are you talking about?

Johan W. Elzenga,

http://www.johanfoto.com

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2 years ago

When in the development board and a histogram is on the upper left upper right column correct if you put the cursor on the histogram you get a indicator that you can move it right or left to eliminate clipping in either the Shadow and or highlight area. .

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OK, that is just another (and indeed neat) way of moving the Tone sliders. Lightroom CC does not have that option, so you'll have to move the sliders themselves.

Johan W. Elzenga,

http://www.johanfoto.com

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2 years ago

Rats.....It is a really quick way to correct clipping when great white egrets are your subjects.

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2 years ago

This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Lightroom CC: Add clipping adjustments in Histogram.

I frequently used the histogram adjustment tool that is available in LR 6 as my initial adjustment to rid my shots of clipping , especially in the highlights, to get detail. In LR 6 develop mode I could position the cursor in the histogram and moving it side-to-side could reduce the clipping and get detail. The same is true of the shadow side of the histogram. this is a great feature and should be incorporated into LR CC.