Editing Your Photos Is Essential — The Basics

Page 2:  Correct Overexposed Images

  •  Overexposure: Causes and effects  Shooting in bright light, such as noonday sun or an excessive amount of flash or artificial light causes overexposure. Results include loss of detail, with flat, washed-out, light areas. Remember: colors should be fully saturated, not faded; white areas should hold details.

Overexposure correction samples that Warren made to improperly exposed images are shown below. Don't miss seeing his underexposure correction page.


Overexposed Image Corrections


First Overexposure Correction  Move your cursor on then off this image to see
how Warren corrected the original overexposed photo of a spider building its web.

Before and after shots of an overexposed image that Warren corrected of a spider building its web.

Photo credit: Andrew Fisher



Second Overexposure Correction  Move your cursor on then off this image to see how
Warren corrected the original overexposed photo of a young girl wearing a colorful headband.

Before and after shots of an overexposed image that Warren corrected of a young girl wearing a colorful headband.


Third Overexposure Correction  Move your cursor on then off this image to see how
Warren corrected the original overexposed photo of a coastal church made of stone.

Before and after shots of an overexposed image that Warren corrected of a coastal church built of stone.


Fourth Overexposure Correction  Move your cursor on then off this image to
see how Warren corrected the original overexposed photo of a harbor sunset.

Before and after shots of an overexposed image that Warren corrected of a harbor sunset.

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Fifth Overexposure Correction  Move your cursor on then off this image to see how Warren
corrected the original overexposed photo of himself and his staff in WCD's underground laboratory.

Before and after shots of an overexposed image that Warren corrected of himself and his staff in WCD's underground laboratory.




Page 1:  Underexposure Correction    |    Page 2 : Overexposure Correction


In addition to the exposure corrections shown on these two pages,
see the large collection of WCD's photo edit pages in the left column.




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