A&P Can someone save this photo?

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  1. BadRotation

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    Parts of it are overexposed, any way to save it?
     
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    dragonfly 69 pr0n!!!!! *NWS*
     
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    overexposure on digital means the detail is gone.

    you can burn in film but once digital says "pixel 1 is white and pixel 2 is white" there's no way to sort out any difference between them. digitals see more shadow detail though, so if in doubt always underexpose so you don't blow out the highlights.

    the only thing you can do in this case is use the clone or healing tool to bring some light blue pattern into the washed out areas. it'll probably come out looking weird unless you're quite talented at PS tho.
     
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    damn. I'm still learning PS. ill give it a try though.
    Thanks anyways.
     

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