This discussion of tonal range, contrast, and brightness continues with an explanation of the Photoshop CS Shadow/Highlight command. Some photographers are reluctant to use the Shadow/Highlight command. It does take some practice and you need to understand how the various settings affect your photo. If you have photos that are underexposed because of backlighting or or overexposed because of fill flash, the Shadow/Highlight command can be the quickest way to restore them. Part 4 will give you a good foundation to use the Shadow/Highlight command without adding halos, softening details, or shifting colors.