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2023 Highlights slider +100 (e.g.) vs 2024 Highlights slider - causing totally overexposing

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    That is not from the highlights slider. Take a look at the Camera Profile. It has been reset to ON1 Standard. This is a known problem.

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  • Dariusz Kotarba

    Ok, but previously was On1 landscape camera profile, which is imho more agresive than on1 standard profile.

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  • Dariusz Kotarba

    One more time.

    This is photo edited in PR2023.

    Only one slider was used - Highligts +100.

    No any other change.

    And this is the same file in PR2024

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    I understand that. One more time look at the screenshots that you posted. The before screenshot shows you using the ON1 Landscape Camera Profile. The after clearly shows that that has been reset to ON 1 Standard.

    I also told you that this is a known problem. The engineers are aware of it, and they are working on it. The Luminosity slider has not changed.

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  • Dariusz Kotarba

    Screenshot from my previous post

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    No any other change (in this case camera profile was set to On1 Standard in PR2023), only Highlights slider +100.

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    This is from the 'What's new' description for Photo Raw. Don't expect it to work like it did in 2023.

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  • Dariusz Kotarba

    Agree, Improved Highlights it is good way.

    ...but without  respect to older production ?

    It crushes my work from the past when I open ( even only in Browse) photos edited in previous vesions in new 2024.

    IMHO it should be solution like in e.g. Lightroom called "Process version".

    When old edited photo is open in new version I see info that it was edited in older version and all sliders works like in previous version to keep old result.

    Of course I can switch to new process version (with new sliders) but it may destroy my older work..

    No such solution in 2024 means if I need to view / export  my older photos I should use older PR.

     

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    All of your previously edited photos should render properly. The new feature doesn't change the editing from previous versions.

    If that's not working for you, contact ON1 support and ask them about it.

    https://on1help.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    But first RESET THE CAMERA PROFILE!!!

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  • Keith Neff

    Rick and Brian, I just went back to 23 and opened an unedited photo, turned Highlights to 100, saved it.  Go to 24 and in browse and edit it is totally blown out.  Had to drop it back to around 20 to come close to what it was.  The profile was On1 Standard for both, so this does seem to be a problem.

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    As I said before, if you feel it's not working, contact ON1 support.

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  • Dariusz Kotarba

    As I see I am not alone.

    https://on1help.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/21172246648077

    Request to Support sent, but ... no answer from 2 days.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    Be patient. They are overwhelmed with support requests right now.

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  • Lew Brown

    They did indeed change the highlight slider behavior dramatically. Anthony Morganti did a nice quick video in it: https://youtu.be/EcTw4EyosxA?si=w4bJkr3bdiAnI3F0

    I imagine that the old highlight slider setting produce way too much of a change in the new version, which is why you are seeing what you are seeing. Unfortunately, I think that means re-editing older files with highlights slider again, but the new version is much better per the video I referenced..

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  • Marcel Bahnen

    I think that the new slider works as it should ;-) Each time i was using the old one i wondered what was happening as it didnt really seem to brighten the scene that much. The only drawback are the old presets: they look overexposed.

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  • Colin MacKenzie

    I imagine that the old highlight slider setting produce way too much of a change in the new version, which is why you are seeing what you are seeing. Unfortunately, I think that means re-editing older files with highlights slider again, but the new version is much better per the video I referenced..

    The opposite happened to me. The old slider worked like a charm (2023). the new one (2024) has very strange behaviour sometimes adding brightness when sliding it to the left and reducing it when going to the right. 

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