Adjusting the brightness and contrast of an image
Brightness/Contrast modifies the contrast or brightness of pixels in an image. This affects the highlights, shadows, and midtones of an image. You typically use Brightness/Contrast when correcting images that are too dark or too light.
To adjust the brightness and contrast of an image:
- Open the page containing the image you want to adjust, select the image, and do either of the following:
- Click the Brightness/Contrast button in the image Property inspector
- Select Modify > Image > Brightness/Contrast
The Brightness/Contrast dialog box is displayed.
- Drag the Brightness and Contrast sliders to adjust the settings.
Values range from -100 to 100.
- Click OK.
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