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  • pepe
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    I get the same flies here in winter. Whatever I take a picture of, the flies are in the same spot in the image. They are propably sitting on the lens.

    -Pepe-

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  • B7772ADL
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    I reckon that the spots are flies - it was a big problem yesterday in the heat (yes it was sunny at MAN). They ruined a few shots of mine too.

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  • philip
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    * remove the big dust spot above the a/c (with clone tool for example)
    * crop it different, so that the aircaft fills the frame
    * add more contrast

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  • Burrd255314
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    Thanks alot Mate.
    How can you do it in photoshop 7?
    I can use this program on the computers in school and would love to be able to edit spots out as I have quite a few photos from yesterday with them.
    I assume these are flies because it was quite hot and dry and you could see loads of them all over the place.
    Cheers again.
    Ari

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  • AJ
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    G'day. The shot seems to have a lot of dirt on it and some discolouration. Is it scanned or from a digicam?

    Generally try cropping closer to the aircraft and if possible avoid backlighting. Removing dirt spots is possible in most photo editting programs.

    Cheers!

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  • Burrd255314
    started a topic Please can you help fix this?

    Please can you help fix this?

    Hi.
    This photo - http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject.php?id=244138
    got rejected for
    - Bad (Over/Under) Contrast
    - Bad Cropping (Photo Edges)
    - Sensor Dust Spots
    Please can you help out as I would love to see it on the db as I reckon it is a quality photo.
    Thanks.
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