How to Adjust Levels and Curves - Canon DPP 4

Adjust Tone Curve & Dynamic Range

Learn how to remap incorrectly exposed tonal input levels to correctly exposed output levels with Canon's Digital Photo Professional 4.

A photograph’s tones are represented by a range of tonal levels. The darkest black shadows have a level of 0, while the brightest white highlight level is 255. Midtones fall between 0 and 255. If a photo is incorrectly exposed then you can use Digital Photo Professional 4 to remap shadow, midtone or highlight input levels to give them lighter or darker output levels.

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