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How I Use Histograms While Editing

In this video, I’ll show you how I use histograms while editing in Photoshop to guide me through the steps I need to make to correct brightness and color toning in an image.

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  • Richard F

    Thank You Morgan, this was helpful to me. I have not used Histograms very much and this showed me where I could.

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