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Post Screening Overexposed

Sat Apr 23, 2011 8:07 pm

Hello All:

A little help please. This one was rejected as soft and overexposed. I will take another USM pass. I would like some advice regarding the overexposure. I was thinking of darkening just the nose with the wand or the quick selection tool.
I welcome any suggestions. I'm using PS Elements 6

Regards, Bob
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RE: Post Screening Overexposed

Sat Apr 23, 2011 9:00 pm

The nose is overexposed, but I would avoid any selective brightening/darkening. This is because if you don't get it just right and it looks obvious, an editing rejection would follow, as well as possibly an official warning.

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