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change of color in digital photos

Discussion in 'Digital Photography & Imaging' started by wizzard, Apr 27, 2004.

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  1. wizzard

    wizzard Thread Starter

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    I have a problem with my digital images. I took some pictures at night and it came out too dark, so I edited it in adobe anad changed the brighteness and contrast. It came out nice and clear on my computer but when i sent it to my friend it was all pixelatted and fuzzy. Is there a way of keeping the image consistent, or is there a better way of lightening up dark images.
     
  2. buck52

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    Many variables without seeing the image...

    You could try auto levels or curves...

    How much the image can be improved depends on the original capture quality...

    Post it here so we can have a look if that is possible...

    buck
     
  3. wizzard

    wizzard Thread Starter

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    here's one of the picture
     

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  4. jjb

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    Is that the original or your edited copy?
    The picture I am seeing is somewhat dark and out of contrast but I see no blur or pixalation.........................perhaps it was on your friends end?

    jjb
     
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