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Photoshop CS3 for Windows and Macintosh: Visual QuickStart Guide by Peter Lourekas, Elaine Weinmann

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Chapter 16. Exposure

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IN THIS CHAPTER

Using the Shadow/Highlight command  247

Using the Photo Filter command  250

Exposure correction via the Layers palette  251

Correcting for lack of flash  252

Applying the Lighting Effects filter  253

When you first open a photograph in Photoshop, take a few minutes to study it. Does it have any overall deficiencies or problems? Is it over- or underexposed? Does it have a color cast (ghostly blue, sickly green)? There are a number of commands that you can use to rectify these kinds of problems. If you captured the photo as a Raw file or in the JPEG or TIFF format, you were able ...

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