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Brighten Dark Photos

Load your image in Photoshop. Drag the background layer down onto the new layer icon to create a background duplicate layer – Ctrl+J. Convert the duplicate copy into a smart object. Select on Filter on the menu Click on Convert for Smart Filters. Then go back to the Filter Menu Click on the Camera Raw Filter You will see the same control that you see in Lightroom and Camera Raw appear on the right section of the screen. Adjust the Exposure slider to adjust the brightness evenly across the image and until the desired brightness is achieved. Note: Avoid adjusting the Highlights and Whites sliders too much as the image may look more HD instead of getting a natural finish. Click Okay to apply th

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