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03-11-2012, 01:33 AM
I am very new to Photoshop and I am wondering if anyone is able to help with this photo.
I take photos from a plane and I am getting the shadow from the plane window and I would like some help to see if it can be removed.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Does anyone know of a filter or the like that helps to stop the glare/shadows from windows that I could get?
Look forward to any help that is available.
03-11-2012, 01:36 AM
If someone is able to help, I can email you the higher res. of the photo.
03-11-2012, 12:25 PM
Good evening Lorraine,
In Photoshop there is a tool called the "Clone stamp tool". Use that to remove any imperfections in your photographs. If you are unsure on the use of this tool and do not have a Photoshop book to guide you there is a mountain of help on the internet.
As to reducing window reflection on your photographs a circular polarising filter probably would not work inside a 'plane. What you could try is to fit your lens hood an hold it against the window while taking the shot. That will help reduce unwanted reflections.
03-11-2012, 10:06 PM
Thanks for your ideas. I will endeavour to try the clone stamp and also the lens hood.
A polorizing filter removes glare before the shot is taken, problem with these are they are a bit expensive and they will drop off at least a full f-stop from your exposure, so you might have to bump up your ISO.
See Youtube for demonstration. Hope this helps
Love the picy!
Hi again Lorrain
I have thought further about the problem you have with your photo. I have had a go at correcting it using the patch tool. Its dead easy - again see youtube if you are not sure how to use it!
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