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cutterjar 732 26 Fixing an underexposed photo either
Fixing an underexposed photo
I took the photo on the left with my trusty Kodak DC290. You
can see that the results were pretty miserable. Never mind,
however, I opened the photo in paintshop pro and played
around a little with the brightness and saturation settings.
As you can see from the picture on the right it made a big

If you have an image editing program don't be afraid to try
some of the image enhancement functions before you hit the
delete key on those "less than stellar" shots...
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