Turn your good images into your best images by using Photoshop to bring out those details that are too bright or too dark
By Rob Sheppard
Published November 1, 2007
Updated June 30, 2016
Do you have that potentially great shot sitting on your hard drive, ready to be made into a beautiful print or sold to some publication that could really use such a brilliant image? Except for one little problem. The photo is too dark or too light to be used in those ways. Maybe it’s not even the whole photo, but just a part of it; but that part is too important and serves as a distraction to the overall image.
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