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Old Sep 30, 2011, 7:18 PM   #11
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I ran one of your shots through my action, pretty much 2-3 clicks and check out the eyes. If you have any version of photoshop, this action can save an infinite amount of soft images. Just hit play and you have a clear shot.

Also look at the plants on the rock.

I really wonder what this action would do an a some of the crystal clear shots posted on here.

BTW Actions can be loaded in photoshop in "window" >> "action" and click the ">" at the right top.

You play an action and it does a lot of things to a photo, you can edit it and make your own.

If you want to try/use the action, ask, it's free.

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Old Sep 30, 2011, 7:55 PM   #12
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Hi Mole & lorenw - thanks for all the info, advice and encouragement. I have Photoshop Elements 7 on my pc, but I am pretty hopeless at using it as it is all in french and i find it very confusing - technical and IT stuff like this is so much easier in English. Thanks for letting me know about the dust spots, I did not even notice them until it was pointed out ........ daft questions, but how do I get rid of these?? Will the automatic cleaning do the trick?? Once again, all help will be greatly appreciated.

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Old Oct 6, 2011, 5:40 PM   #13
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Does your Canon have a function in the menu to allow you to set cleaning on start up or shutdown?
I also clean my camera by removing the lens (duuuuur) and using a rubber blower to blow out any dust. Doesn't matter how careful you are when changing lenses, the dust seems to find its way inside.
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Hi Banksy, thanks for having a look and for the feedback. I have the camera set up to "sensor clean" on shut down. Just been away this week and have not noticed the dust spots so hopefully the problem is sorted. However I now have a hair stuck in the viewfinder hmmmmmmm !! Still it does not affect the photos
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