/ Lawrence Murray

Try the new Tolerance slider in Urban Lightscape 1.2.0

Urban Lightscape 1.2.0 is now available, adding a ‘Tolerance’ slider for greater control over edges. Using the slider allows you to adjust the sensitivity that the light fill around each control point has toward edges. This makes it easier to fill well-defined shapes in a photo.

The new release also includes a number of bug fixes: for occasional crashes on some images, and for default parameter settings in Photoshop.

Download the new version here.

Posted by Lawrence on 04 Aug 2012 in software and urbanlightscape. Permalink it here.

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