In our free eBook on wildflower photography, we mentioned how a perfect exposure is critical to getting good flower photos.
There are times, however, when that perfect exposure doesn’t exist. We’ve already explained how to fix blown-out highlights, but what if your flower photo suffers from shadows or underexposed areas?
You may think of taking two exposures in this case, but flowers bounce so much through the air that aligning these two exposures later will not be fun.
Fortunately, there’s a simple way to fix these underexposed areas of your photos, using Photoshop. Here’s how: [Read more…] about How to fix underexposed areas of your wildflower photos (using Photoshop)