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Are you a beginner looking to improve your post-processing skills?
That’s what this article is all about. In it, you’ll discover five post-processing tips that will immediately take your photos to the next level. Best of all, these tips aren’t even difficult to follow, and they require nothing more than the most basic image-editing program.
Let’s dive right in.
We’ve all been there…
The light might’ve been a little challenging or your camera settings might have been off (or maybe both!), and the result is an image that is just too dark.
While underexposing an image on purpose can help boost color saturation in a sunset photo or aid in creating a dramatic and moody shot, if the level of underexposure goes too far, you’ll notice a loss of detail in the image.
In particular, the shadowed areas of the shot will appear to be nothing but black blobs of space, so not exactly a good look!
In this quick tutorial, you’ll learn how to fix underexposed photos fast using Exposure by Alien Skin Software.