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    BillyGoatGruff
    BillyGoatGruff e2 Member 7191 forum postsBillyGoatGruff vcard England199 Constructive Critique Points
    21 Jan 2008 - 6:14 PM

    Hi.
    In inclement weather or standing close to running water, one is likely to get water droplets and splashes on lenses and filters.
    Anyone know of a good post-processing method for removal of these?
    I've tried a few things, but would be interested in any techniques people have tried, other than not getting them wet in the first place!
    Cheers,
    Bill

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    Carabosse
    Carabosse e2 Member 1139395 forum postsCarabosse vcard England269 Constructive Critique Points
    21 Jan 2008 - 6:21 PM

    Healing brush in PS may do the trick.

    uggyy
    uggyy  82104 forum posts Scotland9 Constructive Critique Points
    21 Jan 2008 - 7:29 PM

    A mixture of clone, healing brush and healing patch tool depending on the splash. I dont know any instant fool proof fix.

    But your right, dont get it wet in 1st place, nightmare with my 12-24 at time :-(

    Tommy

    BillyGoatGruff
    BillyGoatGruff e2 Member 7191 forum postsBillyGoatGruff vcard England199 Constructive Critique Points
    22 Jan 2008 - 8:55 AM

    Thanks guys.
    Pretty much what I've been using already.
    I've also had a bit of success with masked levels or curves layers. Generally, the droplets I've, so far, encountered tend to reduce the local brightness/contrast in the area of the splash. It's all been trial and error so far. Seems like "horses for courses."
    It's not always easy to keep dry standing beside a waterfall, though!

    Bill

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