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Exposure is controlled by the camera.

If you wish enhance a picture, have a look under the "Enhance" menu in the Editor. esp. "Adjust Lighting."

If you are so inclined, post a representative picture here on the forum for more targeted guidance.

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In my view, the best way is to use the File>Open in Camera Raw option.  This will bring up the Adobe Camera Raw editor (even for jpg files).  From there, you have a full range of sliders to edit exposure and contrast etc.

Ashampoo_Snap_2020.03.22_12h46m39s_000_.png

Otherwise, go to the Enhance>Adjust Lighting menu and use one of the tools available there:

Ashampoo_Snap_2020.03.22_12h51m12s_003_.png

 

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