Light is very tricky to work with and there are few techniques that simluate the increased light as it would look with increased sunlight for example. This technique will however preserve the texture and add both light and color to just the areas you want.
In this weeks episode of the Creatively Using the Creative Suite Podcast, Erik Bernskiold shows you a quick photo editing technique that makes a big difference that you can use for your photos.
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If you forgot to use a polarizer when shooting, you can easily add part of the effect back again with just a few steps in Photoshop.
In this tutorial I am going to show you how to fake the cross-processing effect in Photoshop so that you can have your images look just a little different.
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This is an effect that I used to teach over four years ago, but which is pretty neat to apply to images that are not quite perfect. By applying the effect, you can make second-grade images much nicer.