My 3 year old nephew was playing around with my camera last night and I didn't notice that he somehow set the EV to +1. I was wondering why the pictures I was taking this morning were so bright, but I didn't think much about it until I had to leave the site. Is there a way in photoshop to turn down the EV by exactly -1? I know there will be some clipping of the bright highlights, but at least the pictures will look natural. We had a quick snowfall last night, and the temperatures stayed around 30-32 so it was the sticky type snow that makes all the trees glisten with white ... oh so very pretty. Anyway, how should I go about adjusting the exposure after the fact? Thanks, OA PS Oh, these pictures were taken with the Lumix FX-9, so they're JPEG, not RAW image files.