The other day I was talking to someone who is also very much into photography and we were discussing lighting. I was having difficulty with taking pictures in which both Cooper and Jinx are. A black dog takes different settings then a white dog. So either Jinx is overexposed, or Cooper is under exposed. He asked me if I took my pictures in RAW format. Well I don't because I don't have the programs for it. My version of Photoshop just won't read the RAW pictures I make with my Canon. He advised me to see if I could fix that, because a picture taken in RAW can be worked on better then a .Jpeg. I know I am throwing around term that some of you might not understand, but basically every picture you take is a .jpeg. Now I have been experimenting with the RAW setting on my camera and forgot to set it back to .jpeg, when I took pictures of the litter reunion of my friends dogs.... So when I came home and downloaded the pictures to my pc, I couldn't see any of the pictures Which forced me to find a solution! After a lot of searching and cursing(because nothing I did seemed to work) I finally got it. So I spend last yesterday afternoon and night playing around with it and reading up on Photoshop tutorials. Ok long story short... This is what I did. I had this picture of Cooper And turned it into this. Not completely to my liking, but that is just a matter of practise. Then there was this picture. It's the eye of one of the donkey's that belong to my friends uncle. I liked the picture but found the lighting not quite tight. So this was the result, I was happy with. This program is very difficult to understand, but I am going to play with it more. I love the things you can do to pictures!!!