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Auto Correct

The Auto Correct tool analyzes your image and chooses several variations that improve the image's color and exposure. You may not need to use any other adjustment tools, or you may want to start with Auto Correct and then make other edits from there. Here's how:

  1. In the Editor, click the Auto Correct tool in the sidebar. A series of edit tiles appears above the image with suggested settings (Figure 4.23).
    Figure 4.23

    Figure 4.23 Choose one of the Auto Correct suggestions.

  2. Move your mouse pointer over each tile to preview how it affects the image. When you've decided, click the one you want to apply.
  3. Click the green Save button (the checkmark) to apply the setting.
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