Added by on 2012-09-25

Have you ever tried photographing a lovely landscape in bright sunshine without a graduated filter? Then you’ll know that you will either end up with underexposed or overexposed photographs due to the difference between the ground and the sky. Fear not, if you’ve overexposed your images, then follow this easy tutorial to rescue the lost detail and create a visually striking image that looks like it was captured with a graduated filter and perfect exposure.

This video shows you how to utilise a range of tools and techniques to salvage your overexposed photographs with Adobe Lightroom 4.

Correcting overexposed photographs with Lightroom

Learn how to use the graduated filter, exposure controls, the new Highlights & Shadows tools, as well as global tonal adjustments, saturation and luminosity tools to create a beautifully exposed end result.

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