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100 in 100: What a High-Key Histogram Looks Like

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By Diane Miller

October 14, 2007

Day 35: A high-key image contains primarily light tones, and its histogram, which you can view either in some digital cameras' LCD monitors, or by opening the image on your computer in Adobe Photoshop or similar image-editing software, will be skewed to the right, with fewer darker-toned pixels...[Read it all]

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