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  • JuklicekCZ
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    Originally posted by CARBONOX CN View Post

    Thank you! I guess I will try it next time.
    The lightroom in-built dust tool does not reveal everything however unless it is really obvious.
    The curves trick works better IMHO as the dust tool does reveal a lot of noise either.

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  • CARBONOX CN
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    Originally posted by Raihan Ahmed View Post

    You can check dust spots in lightroom as well.
    There is a small checkbox in bottom left corner called Visualize Spots.
    Use
    it to locate dusts and use dust removal tool(In right top corner of the window) to remove spots.
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    Thank you! I guess I will try it next time.

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  • Raihan Ahmed
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    Originally posted by CARBONOX CN View Post

    Thanks a lot! I do use lightroom but to be honest, figuring out every function is a bit difficult.....However, thanks for your reply!
    You can check dust spots in lightroom as well.
    There is a small checkbox in bottom left corner called Visualize Spots.
    Use
    it to locate dusts and use dust removal tool(In right top corner of the window) to remove spots.
    Click image for larger version

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  • CARBONOX CN
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    Originally posted by JuklicekCZ View Post
    In case you are using some reasonable photo editor, it should have a horizon tool implemented somewhere, for example lightroom does have reference lines implemented in the crop tool.
    It also does have a dust check tool that can be revealed by pressing Q.
    Also curves can be used to reveal the spots (as Alex mentioned in the following thread https://forums.jetphotos.com/forum/a...ing-vignetting).
    Thanks a lot! I do use lightroom but to be honest, figuring out every function is a bit difficult.....However, thanks for your reply!

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  • JuklicekCZ
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    In case you are using some reasonable photo editor, it should have a horizon tool implemented somewhere, for example lightroom does have reference lines implemented in the crop tool.
    It also does have a dust check tool that can be revealed by pressing Q.
    Also curves can be used to reveal the spots (as Alex mentioned in the following thread https://forums.jetphotos.com/forum/a...ing-vignetting).
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  • CARBONOX CN
    started a topic Photo edit help

    Photo edit help

    Hi guys, if I upload a image I can check the dust or horizon in "Manage queued photos". Hoverver, I can't find a way to check the dust or horizon when I'm editing them. Are there any apps or tools that can help?



    Thanks!
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