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Old June 8th, 2007, 07:11 AM
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Question Pale overexposed photo, help !!!

I need help. I have photos of me that are awfully pale, so I split the RGB and found out the damage is in the red output. I don't know what to do from here to fix them .Help

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I need help. I have photos of me that are awfully pale, so I split the RGB and found out the damage is in the red output. I don't know what to do from here to fix them .Help


This person may have had at least PSP 9.

These suggestions are for PSP 9.

Launch PSP and open your image.

Go to the Main Menu, at the top of your screen and click Adjust > Brightness and Contrast > Gamma Correction.

The default settings should be:

Link: checked
Red: 1
Green: 1
Blue:1

Leave the Link box checked, for now, to allow all of the sliders to move in unison.

Click on one of the sliders and drag it to the left (darker) or use your mouse wheel and roll it (forward) away from you.

If there is still a color or colors that are too strong or too weak, uncheck the Link box and move the slider(s) individually.

When you're finished, click OK.

Gamma Correction usually works very well on pale or faded images.

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