thanks frank. i'll do making the white parts a different color. 

Frank Gore-3 wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 4, 2012 at 1:16 AM, nnaemekadavid <>
> wrote:
>> That is my editing so far an I got this image. Who can advise me on what
>> step to carry out next.
> Not sure what you're trying to do exactly. What do you mean by
> "saving" it? Was it originally a RAW file or a JPG from the camera? If
> it was a JPG, then there is no headroom, no recoverable data for the
> overexposed sections. They're blown, they're white, and there's
> nothing you can do about that except to make the white parts a
> different colour. All detail in those overexposed sections does not
> exist, and therefore cannot be recovered.
> If this was a RAW file from the camera, then there may be _some_
> recoverable detail stored in the file. But that picture is so blown in
> so many sections, I doubt any available headroom will be of much use.
> You'll still end up with barely any detail in those white sections.
> Again, the only thing you'll be able to do is make the white into a
> different colour.
> If you're looking for artistic impression advice to learn how to make
> the overexposed section look more appealing, that's purely a
> subjective opinion. What you've done so far looks pretty good, in my
> opinion.
> --
> Frank Gore
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