Kill the FLARE - Help!!

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Shooting against the light can be scarry - as seen from this shot. Is there any PP I can do to save this kind of problem?

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Oooo!! Great thread! I have many Emilie pictures that have similar issues (backlit). Would love to save some of them. :smile:
 
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Hopefully Peano, or Ray (othere)will stop by with some great fixes.
Be patient...

Shooting into the sun will render such images.
Try a fill flash as well on i situations such as these.

They are fixable....
 
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Shooting against the light can be scarry - as seen from this shot. Is there any PP I can do to save this kind of problem?
It can be done, but as you can see from my layers palette, it's more than I would want to explain. In fact, it was such a rag-tag process, I doubt whether I could explain it. You just have to feel your way along.

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You are just magic:>))))))
I fiddled with it a bit and said to self..no way can I do this
 
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Nice one Dave

I was hoping for a larger image to work with and had started with the smaller one but you have got there....and got there so well.

Really excellent recovery - well done!!!!

Best wishes as always

Ray
 
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Peano - Tnx!

Sorry for taking so long to say 'Tnx!' Had the whole family over for the weekend and couldn't get to the computer.

Your results are stellar! - but looks like a LOT of work and time! I was hoping that PS had a magic bullet (action) that I could select an area and just push a button or another PPer had an easy method to save my blunders.

Great work!! Tnx!

Mike
 
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