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Adjust for the brighness of the sun on bottom half of photo.

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I have a photo the bottom  half of which is very bright as the sun was in a position to light up this area comapred to the top half. Any suggestions as to how I can make the bottom half  to look ath same as the top half?

 

Would appreciate your advice.

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Adjust for the brighness of the sun on bottom half of photo.

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I have a photo the bottom  half of which is very bright as the sun was in a position to light up this area comapred to the top half. Any suggestions as to how I can make the bottom half  to look ath same as the top half?

 

Would appreciate your advice.

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Adjustment brushes, in this case the graduated filter

 

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I suggest using either the Graduated Filter or Adjustment Brush.

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Your image is beautifully sharp, so I would use an Adjustment Brush with a lower flow rate set down a bit to give you control and then rework areas to fine tune.

If your have access to graphic tablet that might also enable better control.

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