Polarizer Lens Filter

Polarizer Lens Filter
If my pictures are dark I can clarify?

Christmas to all my family gathered for a family photo and I used my Nikon D60 SLR. Unfortunately, I forgot that I had the UV and polarizing filters on the lens. Now, all images are very dark. I'm very upset! I used a tool in my version Photoshop test, but still a little dark. Can this problem be corrected? If so, what should I do, or where I can take?

Really depends on how the images are dark. It is possible that parts of the image were captured as pure black. If they brighten, you will convert those spaces gray spots. But it does not hurt to try. You will want to manipulate the following controls in a trial and error basis: Contrast Brightness Saturation Gamma might be some problems with balance White, tone or hue of the image also. Your chance of recovery is greater if you have RAW files instead of JPEG. You can use a program like Photoshop, Lightroom, or whatever software came from Nikon. If you run Windows, can also try the free program http://www.irfanview.com/ If you run Linux, you can use GIMP or darkroom. If you have a Flickr account, you can try to climb a couple and then use Picnik to try to correct the images. Sorry to hear the bad news, and I hope this helps.

Film using a Circular Polarising lens filter