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I'm using PhotoShop-4.0 to acquire images from Intel-camera. I have to manually change the brightness by (Image/Adjust/Brightness) for every image acquired. Is it possible to set a default-brightness for acquired images to eliminate the manual process? How?


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Not really no. If you had a later version of Photoshop you could create an Action that you could batch perform on a folder of images though.
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I think yes, just go to Image>Adjust>Auto Levels
Or Image>Adjust>Auto Contrast

Enjoy it

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