Adobe Lightroom Beta 3 - RGB Value readouts
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has been a lot of discussion on the Adobe Lightroom forum
about Adobe using a percentage system for reading out RGB
color values in Lightroom Beta 3, as opposed to the standard
8 bit, 0 to 255 color value system that many photographers
are used to using with other image processing applications.
argument circles around the fact that 16 bit color has a range
of 0 to 32767 as opposed to the 8 bit range of 0 to 255 colors
and the fact that actual RGB numbers are relative to the Color
Space that you are working in. To those who are used to using
Adobe Camera RAW there seems to be a move in the direction
of matching the color readouts available in Adobe Camera RAW,
in Adobe Lightroom.
other words, don't get too excited about the current RGB Value
readout capabilities of Adobe Lightroom, there are changes
afoot and you too can voice your opinion on the Adobe
close up of the Adobe Lightroom RGB Value readout. The readout
is of the current location of your cursor as it passes over
a selected image in the Develop Module.
Please do not get upset if your personal experience and views
are different from my own. These opinions are mine exclusively
and do not reflect the views or policies of any of the manufacturers
mentioned in these articles ...... George