Fixing Photos in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements  

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Uploaded: 12/23/07 12:48 AM GMT
Fixing Photos in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements
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I often have people ask me how to fix a photo in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements. This tutorial demonstrates how to use the Levels command and dialog box in Photoshop or Photoshop Elements to fix exposure and color problems. I hope you find it useful.


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12/23/07 3:34 AM GMT
it's a really good tutorial. i've used the black and white eyedroppers forever but never the RGB for the individual colors. i can't wait to try. thanks so much for this helpful piece.
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12/23/07 7:07 AM GMT
Thank you Nathan for this tutorial ~ it will be a very useful tool.
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12/23/07 11:35 AM GMT
I really appreciate the tutorial as I didn't know how to do these things. Thanks so much!
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12/24/07 2:23 PM GMT
Nice tut. thanks for posting
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12/27/07 10:34 PM GMT
THanks for the info. It's much appreciated.
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12/29/07 1:24 PM GMT
Thanks for another great tip. Very handy information. Nice presentation.
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01/05/08 4:58 AM GMT
Thanks so much! I've been looking for a tutorial like this one. This is quite helpful. =D
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01/20/08 3:46 PM GMT
Thanks for sharing.
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12/10/08 3:27 PM GMT
How do I remove the border which seems to come with the print even though I have tried to edit it out via Elements 6?
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08/06/11 5:47 PM GMT
Oooo thanks Nathan! I already use levels to edit my pictures but there are a few extra things in there i havent tried :) Awesome!
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