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Ah, but when working with high-contrast images, the concept of "better" differs slightly from the ideal. Instead, if we pulled the three triangles together, as shown in Figure 3.26, the brightest and darkest tones in the original image are ignored, and the emphasis is placed on a narrow range of midtones, producing the results you see. Move the white, midpoint, and black sliders to experiment with different effects. Concentrating them at the left side of the histogram produces a high-contrast, very light image, while bunching them up at the right side of the histogram produces a high-contrast, dark image, as you can see in Figures 3.27 and 3.28.

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