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Halo Effect after midtones correction in develop




  • Jarek Lazowski

    Hi I reported a Bug. 

    This is the response from ON1 Team:


    After consulting with our QA team they have deemed this to be a bug in the software.

    They have written up a report and sent it to our development team so that they can begin working on a patch or update to resolve this.

    As soon as that patch or update is available for download we will let you know.


    Kr Jarek

  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    Personally, I think AI Auto does a fairly good job most of the time, but there is no reason to assume you wouldn't have to tweak it to your liking. You can always back it off if it goes too far or just reset it and do your own version. In any case, I would only consider AI Auto a starting point.

    I would suggest that you use AI Auto the same as any other filter. Make the adjustment, then take the opacity (called Auto in Develop) to 0 and slowly increase it until you find the balance that you like.

  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    There is also a lot of contrast in that photo which is what causes the halo that's something you will have to watch for. Whether it works for you is something you'll have to experiment with.


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