Equalize Brightness Controls
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Left: Camera flash will often make photographs darker around the edges.
Right: Equalizing brightness can even out lighting.
Left: Uneven lighting can give the final texture a blotchy appearance.
Center: Equalizing brightness can help solve this problem.
Right: Overdoing the correction can cause the texture to lose depth.
Left: A byproduct of equalizing brightness is that the image will become neutral-toned.
Right: Correct this by making use of the settings found in the Master Controls box.
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