I Brightened 22 Wonder Woman Movie Stills So You Could Actually See Stuff

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Earlier this week Warner Bros. gifted us with our first look at Gal Gadot in the Wonder Woman solo film. But as with a lot of DC movies lately, the footage was dark. I’ve attempted to correct that.

I didn’t want to mess around too much with the images so all I did was adjust the brightness with curves in Photoshop. It’s amazing what a difference it makes lightening them up even a little bit. They probably still look dark to most people but taking it any further just makes it look off.

It wasn’t difficult but a bit time consuming so please credit and link back here if you decide to use them anywhere! Without further ado…

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There’s some set photos going around twitter where you can get an even better look at her shield and sword. They look really awesome. And here’s a bunch of her on horseback!

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QUEEN!

And here’s a look we’ve seen before.

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And some more fighting.

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And a good look at her tiara…

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And finally, her “Clark Kent” moment.

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“Damn, I look pretty good.”

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13 Responses to “I Brightened 22 Wonder Woman Movie Stills So You Could Actually See Stuff”

  1. Rebecca Jean says:

    I think those low angle shots of her fighting are likely used to show her power and give her more height, but I hope they don’t continually keep the focus there. Her physique is nice, but don’t exploit her backside please studio.

  2. jmgonzales says:

    things to improve … attention studio

  3. Adrian says:

    THANK YOU for this service. I actually caught a little flak for suggesting everything was dark as hell.

  4. brad walter says:

    i am a comment

  5. Mark Wyman says:

    my eyestrain thanks you for this.

  6. tacit-ronin- says:

    The move takes place during world war 1 and it’s set during winter. I understand the color pallet they are using.

  7. Aeryl says:

    Since most of these seem to be coming from her time on Earth, I’m provisionally on board with the color palette. But Themyscira better be bright as hell!

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  9. Wait, those are the lightened pictures? Oh boy. I’m really trying to be hopeful for this movie, but they just keep making it difficult.

  10. I think the people at Warner Brothers forgot what an f-stop was.