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P.S. When you say "Lightening", do you mean:

The atmospheric discharge of electricity, which typically occurs during thunderstorms, and sometimes during volcanic eruptions or dust storms

Or

The addition of light to an image or picture through the means of photomanipulatory or editing software

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As Bob (ofthedead) said, it's a bit vague whether you are refering to "lightening" a picture (almost like brightening a picture), or adding "lightning" (you know, "kapow! kapow! zap!", the kind that you get from a storm) to your picture...

1. I "lightening" is what you meant, go with Bob's post

2. If you meant the lightning (from storms, etc.) then please look here:

http://www.alphatransparency.com/?p=152

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