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What the heck do I do to correct this flare...
Old 10-31-2004, 02:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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...Besides remember to put the freakin' lens hood on so it doesn't happen in the first place...D'OH!

I've done nothing but fiddle with the color balances, aiming for at least skin tone matchup...I selected the flare area with the polygonal lasso, then feathered the selection five pixels and went to fiddling.

Is it saveable, or is it junk?

There are other problems, of course, but the magenta flare is the one that I'd like to address the most...

Thanks for your time

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Maybe i'm wrong but I thought lens flare was when you see round looking bubbles in the image because of shooting almost into the sun. And the sun light was reflected around in the lens.

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Re: What the heck do I do to correct this flare...
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I don't think you're wrong about what a flare is - but I do think that you might be having multiple flares in mind that are from shooting from a different angle and aperture than what I was.

Or maybe not.

Hell, I don't know.
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