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Chapter 8. Modern Problems: Dealing with... > Adjusting Exposure in CS2 - Pg. 220

The Photoshop CS2 Book for Digital Photographers Adjusting Exposure in CS2 One of the greatest advantages of shooting in RAW format is that you can go into Photoshop's Camera Raw and adjust your Exposure setting after the fact. But if you weren't shooting in RAW, you were pretty much out of luck (you'd have to try to fix exposure problems using Curves or Levels). But in CS2, there's a dedicated Exposure control that you can use on JPEGs, but it works a little differ- ently than the one in Camera Raw (since it was actually designed for use on High Dynamic Range images, but it still works with regular 8-bit photos). Step One: Open an underexposed photo (we're continuing our tribute to German cars that I don't own with the photo shown here). Go under the Image menu, under Adjustments, and choose Exposure to