Adjusting for review


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Adjusting for review

It goes without saying that taking a closer look at your images will help you discover blemishes that you might otherwise have missed. For example here, we're looking at a relatively small version of the image. We're not zoomed in much at all. If we zoomed in further to take a closer look, then it might be a little bit easier to identify the dust spots that actually are all over the sky in this image. Now keep in mind that dust spots are thought to be only in the sky. The real issue there is that they are more visible in the sky, because the sky tends to be bright and tends to be relatively monochromatic.

Whereas in the grasses here if there were some dust spots, they would certainly blend in and be more difficult to see. In fact, so much more difficult to see that you might not even need to worry about cleaning them up at all. You might not even ever find them. But sometimes even taking a closer look at the image, you might miss some dust spots. And one little tri...

Adjusting for review
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Adjusting for review provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Tim Grey as part of the Photoshop CS6 Image Cleanup Workshop

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