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A histogram is a representation of all the light values within a digital image and allows the photographer to easily judge the brightness and contrast range of a photograph. In basic terms, all the points below the graph are all of the pixels within the digital image. The left side of the graph represents all of the "dark" pixels that have been captured, while the right side of the graph represents all of the "bright" pixels that have been captured. From to taking the original photo to making the final edits, understanding how to read and utilize histogram data is important for getting optimal results.
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A histogram is a representation of all the light values within a digital image and allows the photographer to easily judge the brightness and contrast range of a photograph. In basic terms, all the points below the graph are all of the pixels within the digital image. The left side of the graph represents all of the "dark" pixels that have been captured, while the right side of the graph represents all of the "bright" pixels that have been captured. From to taking the original photo to making the final edits, understanding how to read and utilize histogram data is important for getting optimal results.
   
 
==Histogram Overview==
 
==Histogram Overview==
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==References==
 
==References==
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[http://www.edbergphoto.com/pages/Tip-DigitalHistograms.html Timothy Edberg Photo Tip: Digital Histograms]
 
 
 
[http://pixelstockphotos.com/ Stock Images UK]
 
 [http://www.edbergphoto.com/pages/Tip-DigitalHistograms.html Timothy Edberg Photo Tip: Digital Histograms]
 
   
 
[http://www.worldstart.com/tips/tips.php/965 Histogram Basics]
 
[http://www.worldstart.com/tips/tips.php/965 Histogram Basics]
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