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    How to remove dust and imperfections from photos

    | Photoshop Tutorials | 21/01/2010 12:48pm
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    Dust on your D-SLR’s sensor can ruin your image. Watch this video to find out how to use Photoshop’s dust removal tools to get blemish free shots.

    No matter how careful you are, dust always seems to end up in the inner workings of your D-SLR. This is most problematic in landscape photography as shooting at small apertures such as f/22 aren’t as forgiving as shooting at, say, f/4. Often the first time you’ll notice these marks appearing on your shots is when you open them up in Photoshop. Most imperfections can be removed using Photoshop’s 3 main dust removal tools, each of which can be used to quickly fix different areas and blemish types. Find out how to use the Spot Healing Brush, the Healing Brush and the Clone tool.



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    Posted on Thursday, January 21st, 2010 at 12:48 pm under Photoshop Tutorials.

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