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How to increase brightness of the photograph ?

I have few photographs taken during my trip to south India. They are unfortunately dark. Iwant to increase the brightness

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Use a free image editing software like Picasa from Google. http://picasa.google.com/ . You can perform basic photo editing tasks easily using this including brightness, colour, crop, resize, redeye etc. For Professional editing you will definately need Adobe Photoshop.

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