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Part: III Editing Images > Correcting Brightness and Contrast in a Photograph

Chapter 17. Correcting Brightness and Contrast in a Photograph

IN THIS CHAPTER:

136 About an Image's Histogram

137 Improve Brightness and Contrast

138 Improve a Dull, Flat Photo

139 Lighten a Subject on a Snowy Background

140 Lighten or Darken Part of an Image

141 Improve a Nighttime Photo

142 Fix a Flash That's Too Close

143 Fix a Flash That's Too Far Away

Not all of us enjoy a professional level of reliability with our cameras. With the benefit of digital photography, though, you can use the computer to correct a great many defects in your photos. Correcting images works best, of course, when the defects are not too serious.


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