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I really enjoyed using luminosity masking over the weekend

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  • SFA
    Nice work.

    I find Luminosity masking useful quite often but sometimes, with some images in the right circumstances, it goes well beyond "useful" and can be spectacularly helpful.



    Grant
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  • BeO
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    Agreed. And another checkmark in the competition comparison...

    Still getting used to it to find the images for which it is still useful just yet, besides the obvious images.
    Ian you have showed a great example where it is particularly helpful, maybe I need to review one or the other early image edited with version 8, not only for the masking but also for the new rendering engine.

    Cheers
    BeO
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  • Paul Steunebrink
    For the owl, you can take a short route for its mask. The point is that the Luma Range tool has an invert option. So you can skip the copy-rasterize-invert route and just copy and invert and have the additional benefit of the flexibility on the Luma Range because you did not rasterize.

    Less work, better results.

    Yes, I love the Luma Range since its release in CO12.
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  • Ian Leslie
    Paul_Steunebrink wrote:
    For the owl, you can take a short route for its mask. The point is that the Luma Range tool has an invert option. So you can skip the copy-rasterize-invert route and just copy and invert and have the additional benefit of the flexibility on the Luma Range because you did not rasterize.


    Humm I tried that first and it didn't seem to work. I recall at the time I was surprised but moved on to the rasterize method. I'll have to try again and see what I missed. Knowing it should work I'll persevere 😊
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  • Ihor Pona

    Perhaps useful for interior architecture where exterior windows and lumens are much higher than interior lighting.

    Thanks

     

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