Dual mode image sizeAnswered
I was recently trying to color match Sedona red rock from a properly exposed image to an image which was significantly underexposed. It would have been much easier to have the image being edited full size as normal AND the image on the second monitor be full size as well. Is there a way to fiddle ON1 to make this happen?
Unfortunately no, the 2nd display only works in the Thumbnail view. From page 63 in the User Guide, "You can use Photo RAW’s Dual Mode feature to display a second copy of your photos in an added browser- style window. Here, you can view folders of images as thumbnails"0
Brian, you can see images in Detail View in the secondary monitor.
The two monitors can can be switched at any time. If you select Grid view in one, Detail View will be showed in the other, and viceversa.
User Guide is wrong.0
The User Guide is not wrong. Only one monitor at a time can be in Photo View. Yes, the windows can be moved but Rich was asking how to get both monitors in Photo View simultaneously and that cannot be done.0
Sorry Brian, you're right.
However the User Guide is not clear when it says "Here (second copy of your photo in an added browser- style window), you can view folders of images as thumbnails" since you can view Grid or Detail View.0
Guys, thanks for looking into this request. I suppose I could use another photo viewer in the secondary display but not sure how to force it appear there. Again I was trying to match Sedona red rock which does have a variety of tones. Turns out there is a lot more purple/magenta that at first blush...not reds and oranges. I wanted to get as many of the variations as large as possible. The primary photo was underexposed and I was try to recover color from the shadows.0
It's a kludge work-around but you could expand the canvas to make it large enough to hold both images then load your reference photo as a new Layer and position appropriately.
Once you've finished with your color matching you can delete the extra Layer, resize the canvas, and you'll be back to your original file with the desired color corrections. No .onphoto file will be created if you delete the extra Layer before leaving the Editor.0
I was hoping to force the galary view to a single image or perhaps two images...no luck.0
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