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Use the Exposure slider in photo-editing software

The exposure of a photograph is how dark or bright it looks and it’s determined by two things — the f-stop and the shutter speed. If either of these is off, your image will be either too dark or too bright. Luckily for you, photo-editing software can easily fix this and give your photographs proper exposure.

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