PeaNut 538,186 January 2012 Posts: 176 Layouts: 5 Loc: Texas
Posted: 1/28/2013 9:32:56 PM
This may be one of those times that you get what you pay for....Photoshop Elements isn't really all that expensive for what you get and it is pretty easy to use. That being said, if your photo is over exposed it's going to be hard to correct especially if it insn't in RAW format.
You might have a look at Picasa and try selecting the white for the white balance point.
PeaNut 567,699 September 2012 Posts: 1,289 Layouts: 3 Loc: NJ
Posted: 1/29/2013 4:20:49 AM
You can DL a free trial of photoshop elements 11 and while working in there software they make it easy to learn there's three different options you can use 1 quick edit, 2 guided edit & 3 advance edit..
If you use the 1 or 2 it will auto correct the photo for you all the options to correct the photo will be displayed on the right side of the screen! Good luck HTH