STEP 4

Change the opacity of Shadow layer to 25%.

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STEP 5

Now look at the below image carefully.

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I have defined two areas, one is source and another is target. Source is the area which is perfectly exposed while target is the area with somewhat shadows. Basically what I want is taking a sample color from the Source and brush that sampled color on my Target. To do this simple put your mouse on the source and press and hold Alt/Opt. Your brush tool will temporarily be change to Eyedropper Tool as shown below. Now click on the source. Photoshop will automatically take the sample of the source color.

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Now look at your background color. It should have been changed to your source color like mine.

STEP 6

Now apply your brush on the are which is highlighted with the red color in below image.

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Your image should look like this.

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  • Somil Bhargava
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    Great post Vaibhav.. Looking forward to your next post..
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