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    Hello
    Many of us experience the problems of washed out skies, dark foregrounds... Some tell us... use fill flash, ND filters. But the problem is that sometimes we forget or our flashes arent strong enough or we dun like the unnatural appearance of flashes.

    Thus, can any photoshop pro share with us how to improve a picture's dynamic range in the easiest steps?


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    Try image/adjustements/Shadow/Highlight..?

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    adjust levels (the histogram)

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    take multiple exposures and blend in PS

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    Quote Originally Posted by firestone
    Try image/adjustements/Shadow/Highlight..?
    ditto..
    plus a layer mask maybe..
    sigh.

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    how about cs2's high dynamic range feature?

    edit: oops...this one cannot use if photo already taken
    Last edited by madmacs; 31st May 2005 at 11:02 AM.

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    snap your pictures in RAW and post process after that, you can gain at least 2 more stops of DR most of the time.

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