The histogram is simply a graph that allows you to judge the brightness of a photo. Many don’t use histogram just because, either they are not aware of this great tool or they simply don’t know how to use it. Let me suggest you to use Histogram to fix your underexposed digital photos.
After you open your underexposed photo in Photoshop Simply click: I. Ctrl+L or go to Image > Adjustments > You will then get ‘Level window’ and simply drag and clip the arrow heads as shown below. You will instantly see the difference.
Photo by: Ashish Bhujel
Photo originally posted at Life in Nepal Everest Uncensored.
Let me try to improve this picture of Akash Bhairab taken by Bhanu Chalise and posted in Life in Nepal (LIN) at http://www.everestuncensored.org
Sometime little effort in post production can make big difference in your final output but never take Photoshop for granted. For perfect photos, your first choice should always be on the spot where you take photos.
Original Post Photo: Bhanu Chalise.
Singing national anthem in morning assemblies is routine affair although it still remains to be ascertained whether it indeed contributes to firing up love for the country among the children. The picture shows pupils of Shree Kokar Singh Pancha Kanya Prathamik Viddyalaya in Bhotekoshi queued up in an encore singing anthem wholeheartedly. I clicked this picture during a hike to Pangnang, Bhotekoshi on May 2009 with family members in tow.
This Nepal’s new national anthem by Bykul Maila got approved by Nepal’s cabinet on 20th of April, 2007.
This local mean of transportation which still is in use are getting extinct because of trek route being transformed into motorable road. Vehicles that cruise polluting the pure environment of our highland immensely robbed the charm of trekking from Muktinatha to Jomsom. It seriously disturbs the tourism industry in Annapurna Circuit.
The deep valleys and high mountains encircling the giant Annapurna Himal embrace a wide range of peoples and terrain, from subtropical jungle to a high, dry landscape resembling the Tibetan Plateau. This route is an exceptional way to discover all aspects of the Himalayas, and is the only low altitude passage between the northern and southern Himalayas.
This trek route within Annapurna region follow the old trade route of Nepal Tibet along the bank of the Kali Gandaki and reaches the Mustang border, via Kag Beni.
The mountainous ranges of Nepal, which introduce from world’s highest Mt Everest to other eight peaks above 8000 meters among others, are gradually changing their appearance due to climate change which pose adverse affect on our magnificent Himalayas.
Environmental activists say rising temperatures are rapidly shrinking the Himalayan glaciers from which several Asian rivers originate, threatening the lives of millions of people who depend on them for water.
“Your planet needs you – Unite to combat Climate Change” is theme for this year’s World Environment Day. Seen in the picture: Annparuna Range ‘Mount Gangapurna’ 7,455m and Gangapurna Glacier Lake, Manang.