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chuck biddinger Sep 12, 2003 6:34 PM

Sunset problem
 
Last week on vacation, I took about 15 sunset photos. I have a reflection in about 6 of them. What should I have done to prevent this?

Thanks for your comments.

http://www.servicewithasmile.com/photos/sunset.jpg

brtsergio Sep 13, 2003 6:44 AM

As far as I know u should keep the aperture as small as possible to try to avoid this kind of things.

However u should have a tripod to take a shot like that with a small aperture : i think shutter speed will unavoidably go below 1/30 and in this case is very diffucult not to move.
Unless u can lean very steadily on a fence or on a wall.

However PS comes to your help.
You can easily remove that using the Clone Stamp tool.

Klaus DK has written a good tutorial on how to remove unwanted objects :
http://www.hertz-ladiges.com/galphot...r/feather.html


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