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Blackpool pleasure beach

By stuart1963    
Thought i would try some night photographyTongue
mrswoolybill kindly photoshopped the glare out on the versionGrin

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Voters: UrbaneMagick, susanbarton, skewey and 6 more

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UrbaneMagick 5 172 1 United Kingdom
20 May 2012 10:36PM
Great capture Phil!!


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mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1794 United Kingdom
21 May 2012 5:26PM
I've come back to this a couple of times, it's virtue for me is the clean-looking light, if that makes sense. Particularly the contrast of white light with that glorious cobalt sky. So I would suggest if your software permits that you clone out that bit of lens flare in the top right section.
stuart1963 5 272 United Kingdom
21 May 2012 5:38PM
Thanks for that,but i don't know how to photoshop. you are more than welcome to do it if you canGrin
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1794 United Kingdom
21 May 2012 5:52PM
I hadn't spotted that you had enabled Mods! Mod uploaded, about 2 minutes work, I've just tidied up the sky a bit. (Viewing this blown up, there's a dust bunny in the sky too, a bit to the left of the mast on the right).
I used Adobe Elements 8, what software do you have? If it's Adobe I can send you simple instructions!
By the way, I often appreciate lens flare, it can be beautiful in its own right.
stuart1963 5 272 United Kingdom
21 May 2012 5:59PM
I just have the basic canon digital photo application,all i know how to do is cropTongue
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1794 United Kingdom
21 May 2012 6:11PM
I've no idea what is available in Canon software. But there's a free download available called Paint.NET which I believe is excellent - a friend of mine uses it and is delighted with it, and I know it does include the basic tools and functions that you find in Adobe software, including a Clone tool. (From memory, in Paint.NET you hold down the Ctrl key to select the source, rather than the Alt key as in Adobe).

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