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The Dodge and Burn tools in Photoshop are digital counterparts of these approaches, and they're commonly used to highlight or darken underexposed areas of a photo. However, as valuable as the Dodge and Burn tools are, they both have a severe flaw.

You can use the Dodge tool to lighten certain sections of your image without changing the colour or saturation. Choose the Dodge (O) tool. To obtain the effect you desire, use the Options tab to change tool settings like brush size, range, and exposure. Drag the cursor over the area you want to lighten.

The Photoshop sponge tool works on colour saturation. It has the ability to saturate or desaturate colours. This implies we can use the sponge tool to either raise or reduce the colour intensity of some pixels.

The Dodge tool in Photoshop is used to lighten a portion of an image without changing the hue or saturation. It can also be utilised to draw attention to certain aspects of the image. If we utilise it frequently, saturation will appear, turning the dodged parts light grey.

You may select the proper exposure with the Dodge and Burn tools by brightening (dodging) or darkening (burning) specific regions in your image. The nature of these modifications is harmful.

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