Or rather, you don’t.
A somewhat advanced Lightroom tip for studio photographers today.
Adobe Lightroom, since version 4, has protected us from ourselves. Any overexposed areas are automatically brought back as much as possible as part of the RAW conversion, so that they appear not overexposed.
Fine. Until in a studio portrait, you try to deliberately overexpose the background, so that it becomes pure white. Fine, except Lightroom stops you.
Until you change the RAW conversion back to the older, 2010 version. Then you can overexpose as much as you wish.
I just posted a short video about this here:
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