Home | Magic Photo Editor | PhotoShine | Elfin Photo Editor | DreamLight Photo Editor | Face Smoother
PhotoPleasure software gives you the
opportunity to edit and enrich your digital photos,
What's the best way to adjust a series of
photos by photo editor
I've got a series of photos (my wedding photos actually) that need color, contrast and brightness adjusting. The problem is that the photos were taken under a tree so the lightning was partly shady, partly bright and with different photos being shot at slightly different locations and positions I get hughly varying results when adjusting the photos individually.
What's the best way to adjust a series of photos so that the contrast, brightness, etc settings will turn out the same across a whole series of photos?
How you manage this on the computer once the shot is taken depends on what program you're using. I can help you with photoshop and photoshop elements if you're using one of those. The Shadow/Highlight tool is a great one for extremes of contrast, like you're describing. I just doubt you'll be able to come up with one batch action that will satisfactorily change a group of different shots. I'd avoid the brightness/contrast functions if you're using a good editing program, as you can easily adjust brightness and contrast with functions that do less harm to your image than 'brightness/contrast' per se.
Just Banners - 4.01
Just Banners has a built-in studio that lets you create banners for any use. Add frames and make your banner animated or generate static banners, any size you need. Add text and other objects as well as skinned Windows controls for realism.
Photoshop: photo editor related
Photo Editor: How to increase the memory allocation for Photoshop CS2?
IrfanView is a free photo editor
What Is Magic Photo?
Picture It! Photo Premium's powerful photo-editing tools
Photoline 32 is a shareware image editor
Photo editing related website
Picture2Life is a new online image editor
) Adobe Photoshop