Thursday, January 31, 2008

Fix An Underexposed Photo

Photoshop Tutorial Description:

The easiest way to avoid underexposed photos is to adjust your aperture settings, your shutter speed and your film speed when shooting.

That's sounds pretty easy, right? Forget it. Photoshop was invented for the "I-can't-find-time-to-read-the-manual" photographer. Who cares if it's too dark or too light, we've got Photoshop!

The above photo is underexposed. The chocolate strawberries look like chestnuts. Below is the same photo after applying the Shadow/Highlight filter. Learn two simple techniques that can make the photos look great!

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