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  • Please help me removing these dark coners

    Hello guys,

    Ive got three pictures here, on which my camera produced dark coners. I already spent a lot of time with Adobe Photoshop editing them, but the results werent satisfied in any way.
    So I hope someone of you is so friendly helping me.

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    problem zone:


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    problem zone:


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    problem zone:



    thanks,

    alot

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  • #2
    What kind of camera are you using? Slr? P&S? If its an slr..what kind of lens?
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    • #3
      Originally posted by scotty50
      What kind of camera are you using? Slr? P&S? If its an slr..what kind of lens?
      im not using a dslr yet. ive got an Olympus C-750UZ. i often have problems with these dark areas.

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      • #4
        Philipp, Are you shooting through a fence?

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        • #5
          Light falloff......optical vignetting maybe....might just be a labour intensive job with the clone stamp and healing brush.

          Heres my quick 2 minute try at fixing it.....obviously you would have to be a little more careful than I was with the terrain detail, but this was just 2 mins of clone work....a little more time spent could produce some decent results




          Good Luck!
          Last edited by medic1; 2005-12-23, 05:23.
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          • #6
            I would agree with Dave, optical vignetting, you normally see it from P&S cameras when they are at their maximum zoom. Repair is a long and arduous task which could drive you to drink !!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by jid
              I would agree with Dave, optical vignetting, you normally see it from P&S cameras when they are at their maximum zoom. Repair is a long and arduous task which could drive you to drink !!
              Thank god I don't even both with some of my shots....lately 90% are through a fence since I don't have a vehicle high enough that I could stand on. It's kind of a pain sometimes

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              • #8
                thanks guys. i already tried to upload two of them - rejceted for backlit

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