|Quoting JakTrax (Reply 1):|
One thing I've wondered - is correcting dust-spots in this manner acceptable? Surely this is classed as photo manipulation and therefore a bit of an A.net taboo?
|Quoting Jawed (Reply 2):|
I believe I have heard others here recommend removing dust spots before submitting to A.net.
|Quoting Dendrobatid (Reply 5):|
Before equalising I use the magic wand to select the sky and then simply equalise that. It is impossible to miss dust spots that way. Once they have been dealt with, right click, select the inverse and sharpen. That way you are simply sharpening the subject not the noise or grain in the sky. It can make a big difference if the sky is slightly noisy to not sharpen it !
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