Hide Adjustments - Show Original

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Hide Adjustments - Show Original

Postby Bob6 » Wed Apr 03, 2013 2:53 pm

Is there a way to make generic changes in CP1, and then hide those adjustments, so I can see the original RAW image? Then flick back and forth? Or split view adjustments/original? Best I found was Reset/Undo (Different Keyboard Commands).

This seemed like a simple search, until I came up with nothing.
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Re: Hide Adjustments - Show Original

Postby Paul_Steunebrink » Wed Apr 03, 2013 2:57 pm

That is one way, what you described.

Another is to create a New Variant. A New Variants makes a virtual copy of your image. In fact it creates a new and empty set of adjustments for the same image file. The image file is not copied.
Now you have 2 variants of the same image, one with and one without adjustments.
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Paul E. Steunebrink, Image Alchemist (website All about Capture One), Capture One trainer
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Re: Hide Adjustments - Show Original

Postby BLIDDLE » Tue Apr 23, 2013 2:06 pm

I second Paul's suggestion of a new variant. Another option, if you are using one panel (curves, levels, b&w, etc) and want to quickly see what impact your changes are having, is to hold alt while clicking the Reset arrow (little arrow/circle to the top right of the panel) to momentarily turn off the changes. Releasing the click sets it back to your modifications.
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