Customizing the Grid Overlay

Customizing the Grid Overlay

Grid Overlay Settings You may already have noticed that, once you access the Crop Overlay Tool, your image not only gets a frame overlay with handles but a Grid Overlay too. Of course, this only happens if you do not deactivate your Grid in the first place. In the following paragraphs we will look into how to customize this Overlay in different ways. How to enable/disable the Grid Overlay In the bottom left corner, in the toolbar below your photo,

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Sacred places and photographers problems

Sacred places and photographers problems

A morning hike to some waterfalls Today we won’t make long car rides, but stay a little closer to home. We start the day with a lovely breakfast at Evo’s place before getting ready for the day’s first hike. Not a hike like last year’s Rila Seven Lakes tour. Just a short one. Over some fields and along a river that cascades further upstream down some lovely small waterfalls. Evo assured me that I could do it in my sport

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The Aspect Ratio settings explained

The Aspect Ratio settings explained

Local Adjustment Tools Overview Let’s have a brief look into which Local Adjustment Tools exist. Later we start exploring the Crop Overlay Tool. You find all of these tools on the right-hand side of the Develop Module below the Histogram. From left to right, with the shortcuts in brackets, we have: Crop Overlay Tool (<R>) Spot Removal Tool (<Q>) Red Eye Correction Graduated Filter (<M>) Radial Filter (<Shift>+<M>) Brush Tool (<K>) Except for the Crop Overlay Tool, they all work

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The legendary Devil’s bridge and a stunning river

The legendary Devil’s bridge and a stunning river

The start of a new journey I am back in Bulgaria, traveling through the Rhodope and Pirin Mountains with the photographer Evo Danchev. If you followed me along the Off the beaten track adventure from last year, you have heard that name before. Yes, I turned every stone over after returning back to Norway, to find some extra spare days to combine them into another holiday in Bulgaria. Now I am finally back. Of course, I got a little nervous

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