Correcting dark or light areas with Shadow/Highlight Adjustments


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Correcting dark or light areas with Shadow/Highlight Adjustments

Images that are backlit usually results in a forefront object being engulf in shadow, while images shot with the flash or exposure setting too high can have the opposite effect making the subject to appear washed out. With this movie I will like to show you how to repair these types of images using the Shadow Highlight feature available in Elements. Well I'm currently in the Bridge application and I'm viewing the exercise files here in our Content panel. I'm going to scroll down a bit to our Chapter 10 folder and double-click that. What we're going to do is choose the Shadow Highlight folder, double-click that and we're going to open up this image, Enzo beach day 2.JPG. Double-click that. And we now have it open here in the Element's Editing workspace.

So we have a problem here with this image. This image is slightly backlit and it's also slightly washed out. This was a very, very sunny day and when I took this image I didn't use a flash or anything but b...

Correcting dark or light areas with Shadow/Highlight Adjustments
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Correcting dark or light areas with Shadow/Highlight Adjustments provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Ted LoCascio as part of the Photoshop Elements 6 for Mac Essential Training

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Photography
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Photoshop Elements
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