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Photoshop ELements on Mac and lighting adjustments

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I have a psd file which includes an image I want to lighten or make other adjustments. However, the lighting UI is greyed out. Thanks for help!
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by:cornell256
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Somehow I got it working. I would love to hear an idea about how I did this!
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Did you open the image in a photo viewer maybe it has an auto adjust?
Or you clicked on the Smart Fix option which will auto adjust the image, clicking colours should also give you the options to adjust the brightness and contrast
I use Paintshop pro and clicking on colours adjust brightness and contrast>. I can see the before and after adjustments
adjusting colour in PSPadjust colours in PSP probefore and after
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