Histogram display in browser image viewer
Pro feature missing.
Currently, when double-clicking on an image in the folder browser window, the image displays. This (browser) view of an image does not have it’s associated histogram display.
Part of browsing a folder, especially after bringing in images for the first time, is to evaluate tone and color. This is done, in part via the histogram curves.
Nikon’s ViewNX-i software sets a high benchmark in this regard. To gain an understanding of the importance of this, demo ViewNX-i’s functionality in this area. When in the folder double click to bring the image into it’s own window, then set view to Full Screen / Close Filmstrip… making sure the histogram display setting is set to on. Each image in the folder can then be viewed in turn.
Right click and either Show Lost Highlights or Show Lost Shadows can be set / displayed.
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