“Dodge” and “burn” are terms that originated in the traditional wet darkroom. “Dodge” means to lighten and “burn” means to darken. These days, we do most of our dodging and burning with digital tools like Photoshop. In my humble opinion, it’s always worth taking the time to dodge and burn because this process empowers you to determine how a viewer’s eye moves through your photo. Human eyes are drawn to bright and contrasty areas, and generally ignore darker regions. In today’s Photoshop Workbench, we’ll explore three ways to dodge and burn. After seeing the possibilities, you can decide for yourself which method best suits your workflow.