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MichelB wrote: Suzi,
It's amazing how we can 'push' the exposure by 4 stops... (not quite sure it is the exact equivalent of lens stops, but that should not be very far). That is a demonstration of the very high quality (noise and dynamic range) of your camera.

Well, anyway that's what you find in Adobe's 464 pages pdf help file for PSE6 ... 6_help.pdf

Tonal and image adjustments in camera raw files
Exposure Adjusts the brightness or darkness of an image.Move the slider to the left to darken the image; move it to the right to brighten the image. The values are in increments equivalent to f-stops. An adjustment of +1.50 is similar to widening the aperture one and one-half stops. Likewise, an adjustment of -1.50 is similar to reducing the aperture one and one-half stops.
Hold down Alt while moving the Exposure slider to preview where the highlights are clipped. (Clipping is the shifting of pixel values to either the highest highlight value or the lowest shadow value. Clipped areas are either completely white or completely black and have no image detail.) Move the slider until the highlights (not specular highlights) are completely clipped, and then reverse the adjustment slightly. Black indicates unclipped areas, and color indicates areas clipped in only one or two channels."
Michel B
PSE6, 11,12,13.1 - LR 5.7 Windows 7 64 - OneOne Photo Perfect Suite - Canon 20D, Pana TZ6 - Fuji X100S
Most used add-ons: Elements+

Mes Galeries
Very amazing results.
My play with Misty. Used LR, CS3 and topaz adjust to get the final results. The color is pretty much what she looks like

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Suzi, glad you posted your results, letting us know that it pretty much matched Misty's actual colors. I just wasn't sure about the pinkish around her mouth. She is such a cutie!
Win 8.1, PS CC, Canon bridge P&S
Thank you, they all have a slight pinkish or even peach tint to white parts of their fur.
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