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    Default Underexposed saga continues

    Today, managed to get Edmund to take a look @ my slides and saw the wonders when the profile of the Photoshop is optimally set...can't elaborate much as I'm not a techie...

    Need you guys to check this out...

    A:



    B:



    Other than the obvious, i.e. A appears underexposed...how about the color saturation and such for B? The exposure for B? Fyi, the weather has been hot and dry, thus the 'green' grass in A is not supposed to be that 'green'


    Thanks in advance!


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    This is how I like it:


    And this is how I usually adjust the levels:


    BTW I usually save as quality 8 and baseline optimised.
    You might want to do that, too, to preserve image quality.
    Files are a bit bigger, but it's worth it.

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    my tip is use the 1st pic
    - select the human using the selection tools like magic wand or polygonal lasso
    - use the curve to tweek the brightness

    see the middle boy ... tweek a bit brighter
    See my Photo Gallery at the Clubsnap

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    Originally posted by megaweb
    my tip is use the 1st pic
    - select the human using the selection tools like magic wand or polygonal lasso
    - use the curve to tweek the brightness

    see the middle boy ... tweek a bit brighter
    mega, it's "tweak"...."tweek" is me....

    I think megaweb's picture look the most natural and pleasing.

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