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I took a bunch of digital photos inside a museum yesterday, which did not allow flash photography. A lot of the photos that I took are quite dark. The Photo Editing programs that I have on my computer is Magix Extreme and FastStone. How can I improve the quality without just lightening everything, which washes out the image?
If Picasa does not do it I am sure you can bulk adjust them with Fast Stone Just choose the files to be brightened, and set the brightness in advanced options/adjustments (check the little box) then choose convert.
Note: you can at the same time adjust the size to a manageable size (if desired). plus a bunch of other changes