Improving underexposure using blending


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Improving underexposure using blending

Another way that we can improve Exposure is to deal with situations where we have underexposure. And here I want to take a look at two different images, in two different scenarios where this can really help. Let's start off on the image, annika.jpg. I'll go ahead and click on that, and then press F to go to Full Screen View mode. This is a photograph that was captured by a good friend of mine, Roger Hoffman. We were down at the beach, and I was tossing my daughter Annika up in the air, as you can see. One of the problems is is that the image is just a little bit underexposed.

So I want to brighten this image up, and I'm going to do that with a Blending mode. So let's click in our Background layer, and then let's duplicate that layer by pressing Command+J on a Mac, or Ctrl+J on a PC, and I'm going to go ahead and name this layer "screen," and I'm going to name it screen because that's the Blending mode we're going to use. Click on the pulldown me...

Improving underexposure using blending
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Improving underexposure using blending provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Photoshop CS5 for Photographers

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