A&P CS3 users

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  1. wizeguy4

    wizeguy4 New Member

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    I have been using CS3 more and more and I also have LR but it is a PITA to use both and so I rather use Bridge and CS3 but there are a few things in LR I would like to know how to accomplish in CS3.

    Exposure Comp. , Fill Light, Blacks- LR has simple sliders in the Develop module and makes all the corrections. The only way I know in CS3 to accomplish this going into adjustments -> levels and then dragging the slider. Is there another way to accomplish this for these 3 things. If I can have the ability to control all of these things, I dont think I will need LR anymore.
     
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    themolsen New Member

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    cs3 has an exposure setting

    levels will get you the same effects as "blacks"...in fact, levels can do most of the exposure comp. you need also.

    use shadow/highlights to act as a "fill light"
     
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    I'll be damned - thanks!!

    I honestly have never looked below hue/saturation in the adustments window and I just looked and there it is Shadow/ Highligh and an exposure setting (which is more advanced than LR) and also Photo Filter, which looks like ti can used for altering the WB of the image.

    I am sure I will have more dumb questions in the future
     
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    in LR just click, edit in PS. then it keeps it all together.
     

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