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After having clicked Done in order to apply the Camera Raw settings to our file one of things that I realized is that I want to go back to Camera Raw and make a few more changes to the few of the ways that I modified this photograph. Well, how can we are re-edit a file which we've already worked on in Adobe Camera Raw? To do that, it's really easy, just go back to our File pull-down menu and then here choose Open in Camera Raw. This will then reopen our file. And one of things that I want to do here is zoom in on the image a little bit and I want to work on the eyes.
If we select the Adjustment brush one of things that I notice is that I brightened the eyes too much. This pin though is kind of distracting me I can't really see what I've done. Well you can hide that pin by pressing the V key or you can always just click on this icon here in order to show or hide those pins. Next I want to press the P key or click on this icon to look at my before and then after. Again it's nice but it's too high, so here I will just decrease the exposure a little bit so it's not quite so bright.
And in a doing that I think that this adjustment looks a little bit better. Next I am going to click on the Zoom tool, this allows me to exit this Adjustment brush and then I will zoom out a little bit by pressing Cmd+- on the Mac or Ctrl+- on Windows. Here I decided that I want to add a bit more contrast and also deepen my blacks. So as you can see, you can work with the sliders really easily by simply going back to the controls and making further adjustments. Then in order to save or just apply the adjustments, all that we need to do is to click Done, it will then update that file with all of those new adjustments.
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