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[CaptureOne 20] Colour editor vs mask

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  • BeO
    Top Commenter

    You probably have the checkbox "view selected color range"  checked. This function to view the seleced color disrespects the mask, it work on the whole image, it has been so ever since I remember. 

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  • SFA
    Top Commenter

    "View selected Colour range" show you where the selected "colour" is throughout the entire image. This information can be useful to identify whether or not your mask is sufficiently defined to deal with your colour change requirement, especially if you plan to change the entire image using a mask selected by colour.

    Un-tick the "View" and the change should then only apply to the masked area once you have turned the mask display off.

    If you see something different to my description there may be something else going on.

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  • BeO
    Top Commenter

    The checkbox I mean is in the color editor tool.

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  • J.

    Thanks BeO. Yep I do have "View selected colour range" ticked, however, when I adjust, say, saturation, it affects the entire image. So it's not just what I view but also what's impacted by the adjustments. My understanding is that it should work on the masked area only.

    E.g. I selected the houses and put the mask on a separate layer (top image) but when I select the yellowish-green walls and adjust the slider it impacts the face of the statues as well (bottomimage).

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  • J.

    This was helpful, thank you.

    What confused me is when the "View" is selected it not only shows the selected colours in the whole image - it also shows adjustments outside of the mask if I move the sliders. However, when I moved the sliders with "View" unticked the edits were only applied on the masked area, as intended.

    Thanks!

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