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What is the best way to correct a picture in Photoshop Elements where the subject is over exposed (especially if they're wearing a light color or white) but the background colors/exposure is ok?...

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    What is the best way to correct a picture in Photoshop Elements where the subject is over exposed (especially if they're wearing a light color or white) but the background colors/exposure is ok?
    Debbie Guest

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    Default Re: Subject Over Exposed

    Debbie,

    You could try Enhance->Adjust Lighting->Adjust Backlighting to see if that
    helps.

    Or, you could select the over-exposed area and use a variety of tools
    (Levels, Brightness, etc.) to adjust only that area.

    Try a few things to see what you like best, and post again if questions
    remain.

    Byron


    Byron Guest

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    Default Re: Subject Over Exposed

    Debbie...This is just a very easy way that helps with some photos...If you have PSE2 go to "How To" in the palette well. Click on Select Recipe> Fix Color & Brightness> Fix Exposure.
    D. Guest

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