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  1. Thanks for that suggestion, I've just experimented with that approach and it is useful but it has the drawback of not being able to backtrack and readjust. A non-destructive filter layer would be much better.
  2. I don't have PS so not 100% sure on this, but I think I saw a demo of levels where there were three droppers, blackpoint, whitepoint and grey. The blackpoint dropper was placed on the darkest part of the image to set the blackpoint, whitepoint on the lightest. The advantage of doing this on the image rather than with the histogram is that you can choose which parts of the image should be within the dynamic range, perhaps letting some go black or white.