In our free eBook on wildflower photography, we explained how important it is to get a perfect exposure when photographing wildflowers. Otherwise, you’ll get blown-out highlights.
Well, sometimes there just isn’t a perfect exposure, and no matter what shutter speed you choose, you’ll either get a wildflower that is way too underexposed, or you’ll get tiny overexposed “patches” on your wildflower.
Fortunately, if these “patches” are small enough, there’s an easy way to fix them in Photoshop. Here’s how: [Read more…] about How to fix blown-out highlights in your wildflower photos (using Photoshop)