How to Dramatically Improve Dark Images in Photoshop (4K)

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Find yourself with a very dark image? Learn how to dramatically improve your dark images using Camera Raw in Photoshop, or the Develop Module in Lightroom.

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Camera Raw: Camera Raw allows you to make many adjustments to your raw images, such as Exposure, Contrast, Highlights, and Clarity. When applying your adjustments, hold down Shift to open as a Smart Object, which will allow you to make changes to your adjustments at a later point.

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