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Aug 05, 2008 18:37 |  #1

I havn't messed around with Photoshop too much, but I am wondering if there is any way to edit out the spot of sun glare I got in one of my pictures while doing a small car shoot today. It's a picture I want to keep b/c other than the glare, it turned out really good. So any suggestions are welcome.

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Aug 05, 2008 18:39 |  #2

Hi Matt, can you post the pic for us?


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Aug 05, 2008 18:44 as a reply to  @ Damo77's post |  #3

yeah, here's the picture: (nothing done to it yet)

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edit: I guess I need to work on the reflections too..

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Aug 05, 2008 18:47 |  #4

Oh, that's a piece of cake. The healing tool should do it, or even the ol' clone tool. Make sure you duplicate the layer to mess around with it, so you don't accidentally do any permanent damage.

I hope you shot Raw - it'd be good to see that sky recovered.


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Aug 05, 2008 18:55 |  #5

good to hear it's an easy fix. Will try and work with it..thanks!


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Aug 05, 2008 19:14 |  #6

Healing tool, clone tool, spot removal tool, or patch tool will all do it.


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