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  MIke 20:04 24 Sep 2003

I have used Adobe photoshop elements to do this sort of thing, the menu item you need is enhance/brightnesscontrast/levels. Each channel (RGB) can be manipulated individually, I prefer subtle canges!

You could also use variations which shows the original and how the picture looks with varying levels of green, red, blue, yellow etc. This is easier and often gives satisfactory results, again as long as things are not over done.

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