we need Point Curve feature parity between ACR & Lightroom Classic and a better UI

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ACR's UI for point curve manipulation is dramatically better than Lightroom Classic's:
  • in ACR, clicking a point doesn't accidentally move the point
  • in ACR, you can select a point by clicking it, and it remains selected
  • in ACR, selected points can be manipulated with the keyboard
  • in ACR, you can use Control-Tab to move between selected points
  • in ACR, once a point is selected you can edit it numerically by entering specific In/Out values
Additionally, the tone curve in LR doesn't even use the full width/height of the panel, which makes it terribly small on large displays!



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Brian Kimball

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Posted 8 months ago

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Marlon Bishop

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Photoshop ‘s curve Algorithm is far superior to ACR, you might want to use that instead if you need that kind control over Curves and want the best implementation and work environment possible (gives you layers, masks, and templates)

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