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By tavm
I really need help with this. I was out at Marwell zoo with my new sigma 150mm. Great fun lens.
At the Leopard enclosure a big cat jumped up at the glass. About half a meter away from where i was. In a rush I got my camera up just in time, had to step back a bit. I like the DOF as it is but at the bottom of the picture is a blue reflection on the glass. ( the image is straight out of camera with a small levels tweak.)
I use CS2.. Can anyone help me get rid of this. I like this image but really want to get rid of the reflection.
Any advice great fully received

Tags: Pets and captive animals Wildlife and nature Help cs2

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G73photography 15 417 15 United Kingdom
5 Feb 2008 8:17PM
im not sure what apeture you was using, but id prob recommend going around F8-11 and nudging the iso to around 400-800, as for the blue reflection,possibly due to white balance set to the wrong light source, but as its raw , it can be changed easilly, when you take pics against glass, wrap a jumper or a thick scark around your lens to block stray light that may bounce off the glass, hope these tips help, G
tavm 14 31 United Kingdom
5 Feb 2008 8:20PM
Thats cool. Didnt have time to think on this one. It was f2.8 in crap light at 200iso.
I only got one shot off so need to try to rescue this one... Will try RAW converter in CS2 with white balance. Might change the whole image?
kalseru Plus
14 3 9 England
5 Feb 2008 8:36PM
Many ways to remove this with PS - see my mod for a quick easy way to do it.

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