Your digital camera will often produce pictures that need a small amount of tweaking in an image editing program to make them better. This is a typical example. The picture is a little flat as the shadows are not dark enough and the highlights are dull. The result is a photograph that lacks sparkle or zest.
In this article we will show you how to use the Levels feature to adjust the tones. We will use Adobe's budget program Photoshop Elements, but any program with a Levels option can be used.