Adjusting Contrast or Picture
The contrast is also known as white level. Just like when adjusting for brightness, you can begin by cranking up the contrast all the way. You will notice stark brightness, sometimes glowing, in the light areas. The details become over powered. In our example, the white of Roberto's shirt has no shadows with the setting so high. Begin by cranking the contrast back down until you can begin to see the details in the white areas.
After you adjust your contrast, it's a good idea to go back and look at the brightness again to make sure your blacks are still black. Sometimes adjusting one will affect the other. You may want to go back and forth with these two settings more than once.« Brightness | Color »