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exposure: rename the black setting #1972

merged 2 commits into from Jan 8, 2019
Commits on Jan 7, 2019
  1. exposure: rename the black setting

    aurelienpierre committed Jan 5, 2019
    Users have taken the poor habit to use the black parameter to add more density in blacks. This is not the place to do it (use levels instead) and can seriously harm colors by pushing near-black RGB values into negatives, thus out of gamut:
    We rename the "black" parameter "unclip negative values" to make its technical purpose clear and add a warning tooltip.
  2. change the black setting name to "black level correction", remove a s…

    aurelienpierre committed Jan 7, 2019
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