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The image below is blown out and too bright. Meaning, it's over exposed.
My goal is to show you how to get the image below with only ONE step!
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Very simple. You'll be using the "Levels" tool. Here's the command...
And you'll see something like this...
Here's how to use Levels...
Do you see the "Input Levels"? Now do you see the gray arrow, in the middle?
Well, say your negative scan is too dark, then move the gray arrow left, toward the black arrow. That will brighten up your image.
If your negative is too bright (say a beach or outdoor photo) move the gray arrow right toward the white arrow. This will darken it a bit.
That's it my friend! You're done.
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