Post-Processing Tips & Tricks
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30-07-11, 08:20 AM
Join Date: Feb 2011
This thread seems to have gone dormant. That's a shame. I'm sure we've all got tweeks that we use regularly and could help others.
In PS go to Image/Adjustments/Levels. Then select the 3 primary colours in turn fom the drop-down menu. In each move the sliders to the beginning and the end of the histogram (you'll usually find a section of white either side of the histogram). Don't worry about what it's doing to your image until you've done all 3 colours. Select OK and look at your image which will now be much more vibrant. You may have to go back and tweek the odd colour, but I often find this does the lot.
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