August 11, 2022

Photography

Editing Photography, Videos and 3D by Rich the Renegade

60 Second Tip: How to Identify Pixels Within a Given Luminosity Range

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Sometimes you want to know which pixels are within a given luminosity range, say between 25% and 30% lightness. Here is a dynamic and easy way to do this. The result can consequently be used for such as masking and targeted edits.

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