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You can use the editing tools in Photo Gallery to improve a photo's composition, exposure, detail, color, and some other photo options. Not all file types can be edited.

To edit photos

  1. Open Photo Gallery.

  2. Select the photo or photos that you want to edit, and then, at the top of the screen, click the Edit tab.

  3. Do one or more of the following:

    • To automatically edit a photo or a batch of photos, select the photos you'd like to edit, and then, on the Edit tab, in the Quick adjustments group, click Auto adjust or one of the other editing options.

    • To manually edit photos, double-click a photo to view it in one-up mode, and then, in the Adjustments group, click Fine tune.

    Note

    • If you can't edit a photo in Photo Gallery, one of the following reasons might be the cause:

      • The photo properties attribute is set to Read-only. To change a photo’s read-only property, right-click the photo and select Properties. Under the General tab, in the Attributes group, uncheck Read-only, and then click Apply.

      • The photo is stored in a read-only location like shared network file, a CD or DVD, or other location where you can’t change its properties. To save a copy of a photo to your PC where you can edit it, double-click the photo and then, on the Edit tab, in the Manage group, click Make a copy. Select a file type, choose a location on your PC to save the photo, and then click Save.

      • The photo is an unsupported file type. Photo Gallery can't open or edit all photo file types. To save a copy of photo and change it's file type to a format that you can edit, double-click the photo and then, on the Edit tab, in the Manage group, click Make a copy. Select a file type, and then click Save.

      • The photo might have been deleted or moved after you selected it for editing. Restore the photo to its original location, and then try to edit the photo again.

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To manually adjust exposure

  1. Double-click a photo to view it in one-up mode, click Fine tune in the Adjustments group, and then click Adjust exposure.

  2. Do one or more of the following:

    • To adjust the brightness, move the Brightness slider.

    • To adjust the contrast, move the Contrast slider.

    • To adjust shadow detail without affecting midtone or highlight detail, move the Shadows slider.

    • To adjust highlight detail without affecting midtone or shadow detail, move the Highlights slider.

    • To adjust the photo's white point and black point, under the Histogram, move the white and black arrows.

      Note

      • As you apply effects to your photo, the histogram shows how your photo's exposure is being adjusted.

To manually adjust color

  1. Double-click a photo to view it in one-up mode, click Fine tune in the Adjustments group, and then click Adjust color.

  2. Do one or more of the following:

    • To adjust the tone and make the photo look warmer or cooler, move the Color temperature slider.

    • To adjust the color cast, move the Tint slider.

    • To adjust the vividness of the colors, move the Saturation slider.

To manually straighten a photo

  1. Double-click a photo to view it in one-up mode, click Fine tune in the Adjustments group, and then click Straighten photo

  2. Use the slider to straighten your photo more manually.

To manually adjust detail

  1. Double-click a photo to view it in one-up mode, click Fine tune in the Adjustments group, and then click Adjust detail.

  2. To adjust your photo's sharpness, use the Sharpen slider.

  3. To reduce image noise, click Analyze, and then use the Reduce noise slider.

To manually crop a photo

  1. Double-click a photo to view it in one-up mode, and then, in the Adjustments group, click Crop.

  2. Do one or more of the following:

    • To change the photo's proportions, in the Proportion list, click a proportion.

    • To select a custom photo proportion, in the Proportion list, click Custom, and then drag the corners of the crop frame until the photo has the proportions that you want.

    • To resize the crop frame, drag the corners of the crop frame. If you've chosen a standard print size, the crop frame maintains its proportions as it's resized. A custom crop frame can have any width and height. To maintain the proportions of a custom crop frame, hold down the Shift key while you resize the crop frame.

    • To change the photo's composition, drag the crop frame to a new position in the photo.

    • To rotate the crop frame so that the photo is cropped vertically or horizontally, click Rotate Frame.

  3. Click Crop again to apply your crop.

To manually fix red eye

  1. Double-click a photo to view it in one-up mode, and then, in the Adjustments group, click Red eye.

  2. Drag a box around the eye that you want to correct, and then release the mouse button.

  3. Repeat this step for each eye that you want to correct.

Note

  • If you can still see red eye after you use the Red eye tool, repeat these steps.

To manually apply a black and white effect

  • Double-click a photo to view it in one-up mode, and then select the effect you'd like from the Effects group.

To save your edits

To save the changes to your photo, click Close file and your changes will save automatically.

Note

  • To remove the changes you've made to a photo, click Revert to original.

To resize photos

  1. Select the photos you want to resize, and then on the Edit tab, in the Properties group, click Resize.

  2. Click the Select a size list, and then select a size for your photos. For a custom size, in the Maximum dimensions box, enter the maximum width you want your photos to be.

  3. Click Resize and save. To save resized photos to another location, click Browse, and then select an existing folder to save your resized photo in.

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