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Thread: Brighten underexposed pictures, and viceversa

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    Sorry to say that the shot are beyond correction for me. You can see the background is overexposed and object is underexposed and loss detail. Even you can manage to touch up, dun think you can get good exposure.

    Next time remember to fill-in flash for the object.
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    Default Loss of dynamic range......

    Quote Originally Posted by megaweb
    Sorry to say that the shot are beyond correction for me. You can see the background is overexposed and object is underexposed and loss detail. Even you can manage to touch up, dun think you can get good exposure.

    Next time remember to fill-in flash for the object.
    Hiee....i totally agree with Mega...

    I have tried it to recover....and then the dynamic range of the image (maybe not original) is loss ...

    The dynamic range of the side of the face to the inner faces...it will look posterised if you were to successfully brightened it....

    rgds,
    sulhan

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    oh .. can show whats the best you guys can achieve? can post?

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    Default Small low res edited copy...

    Quote Originally Posted by Swakoo
    oh .. can show whats the best you guys can achieve? can post?
    Hiee..

    Okay...here is the example......the shadow on the green t-shirt and balck bag is clipped without gradation....hence its just a black patch...

    Any brighter will make the ppls face like chinese-wayang...



    Work flow:
    - Double (2x) layer + screen
    - Free hand selection to cut away outside areas (Trees and background)
    retain the roof and the ppls immediate foreground...

    Sorry had to use crude way......using littleaccupoint on my laptop....
    and on PS LE....

    Resolution made small - server space...


    rgds,
    sulhan
    Last edited by sulhan; 2nd November 2004 at 02:39 PM.

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    wah fantastic!!!!! later i try!!!!

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