When I'm photographing wildlife in the field, I often come out with photos which are too dark. I try to remember to adjust my exposure compensation UP to get it right in camera, but sometimes I forget and I'll have photos which appear unusable. However, they can be saved in many instances! By using "Screen Mode" in your layers panel in your photo editing software, you can brighten a photo which may be too dark - instantly! I did a short video showing you the process here:
In this video, I take you through a composite image I'm creating, using three of my photos from a recent outing. These are the three photos I used:
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Watch the creation of "Sky Master" in this video where I go from camera to art in just 30 minutes!
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