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This Website Can Show You How An Image Was Edited In Lightroom

There's a website you can use to see how a particular image was edited in Lightroom and what presets were used.

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This Website Can Show You How An Image Was Edited In Lightroom : pixelpeeper.io

 

pixelpeeper.io is a website you can use to find out how an image was edited in Lightroom and now, the designer has added a preset feature so you can see what presets were used, too. 

The website works by reading EXIF data from JPEG files. Photos are not uploaded to the website's server (for copyright & performance reasons), but each JPEG gets a unique URL you can copy it to share the settings.

You can drag and drop an image into the middle of the page or hit the 'browse' button then the website quickly works out what adjustments were made. To the right, you can see what edits were made on slider diagrams and below the image, you'll find common EXIF data such as camera model, metering mode and if flash fired. 

Give the website a try, you might find it useful next time you're wondering 'How did they do that?'

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DavidLaverty 12 833 Northern Ireland
6 Jul 2017 4:02PM
Another tool to take the fun out of learning photography.
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