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16-08-11, 10:08 PM
Join Date: Feb 2011
You haven't posted the picture so we're a bit in the dark as to how to salvage the image.
The other tips are well founded, but you could try this as well for an easy fix:
In Photoshop open the image as a JPEG and go to Image/Adjustments/Shadows & Highlights.
Check 'Show More Options' and set Shadows 50 30 50, Highlights 60 40 200, Colour Correction 0. Ignore the Clips.
The picture will now look pretty flat and uninteresting, but crucially will have a lot more detail in the dark and light areas. Go back to Image/Adjustments and play with Brightness & Contrast, and Hue & Saturation until the image has some life injected back into it.
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