A&P Remove dust from pictures (LR)

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  1. BeachBoy

    BeachBoy New Member

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    I usually use only Lightroom for very basic processing, crop, align and sometimes play a little with the histogram.

    I never use it for anything more complex, but this time I think I need to learn.

    How do I hide dust spots on this picture (full size): http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2770/4247843774_5ecbcdb756_o.jpg

    I'm sure lightroom has a tool.

    I got a gift 2 years ago to have a lightroom course but never did it, I think I should now.
     
  2. FindersKeepers

    FindersKeepers New Member

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    Dust on your sensor!

    Use the clone/heal tool, its two circles lower left upper right connected by a line... Brush the problem area and that should help
     
  3. BeachBoy

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    I doubt it's on the sensor, as I don't see a trend int eh spots' location.
    It was likely water drops on the lens.

    and thanks for the info, I'll try that. I hope I wonT' like it too much or it will add another step to my processing
     
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    It's dust on your sensor..
     

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