Saving an underexposed photo in Lightroom

It happens to all of us.

We get caught up in the moment of a photo session and either forget to change our camera settings or our subject is keeping us on our toes, resulting in poorly exposed photos at the end.

But just because you don't have the photo absolutely PERFECT straight from your camera doesn't mean that it has to be canned.

Saving an underexposed photo in Lightroom can easily & quickly be done!

Rather than scrapping those less than perfect photos, watch this quick video to see how you can save them instead!

See what I mean?

You can still have those picture-perfect moments even if it wasn't perfect to begin with!

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