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Invisiblemaggotz


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Anybody know any way to 'clean' digitally a photo taken with a dirty lens?
    #25258246 - 06/10/18 02:21 AM (4 years, 7 months ago)

I went on a trip and took some pictures with a sony dslr a230 but the lens was dirty and you can see small splotches over the pictures. are there any programs or plugins for gimp i can use to 'remove' said splotches? i figure by now there should be some software that can clean it up decently.


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Re: Anybody know any way to 'clean' digitally a photo taken with a dirty lens? [Re: maggotz] * 2
    #25258359 - 06/10/18 03:49 AM (4 years, 7 months ago)

A little 409 should do the job


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Re: Anybody know any way to 'clean' digitally a photo taken with a dirty lens? [Re: Stonehenge] * 5
    #25258466 - 06/10/18 05:11 AM (4 years, 7 months ago)

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Stonehenge said:
A little 409 should do the job



Which OS does that program run on? Windex?


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Re: Anybody know any way to 'clean' digitally a photo taken with a dirty lens? [Re: maggotz] * 1
    #25258656 - 06/10/18 07:55 AM (4 years, 7 months ago)

If there isn't anything for gimp you could always download a trial version of photoshop.  The clone tool and healing brush are easy to learn.


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Re: Anybody know any way to 'clean' digitally a photo taken with a dirty lens? [Re: Moe Rel]
    #25258696 - 06/10/18 08:50 AM (4 years, 7 months ago)

dirt on the lens wont show up as spots. it would have to be large and would show as a smeared area out of focus/ not sharp.

it sounds like you have dirt on your sensor. You can google you tube vids for how to clean your sensor. you will need to purchase a sensor cleaning kit for your size sensor. Many people aren't comfortable doing it themselves as it can permanently fuck your sensor if you don't do it right, so either do it properly or drop it off to a camera shop that does minor servicing and they will clean it for you.

in Adobe Lightroom you can use the spot removal tool. you can then sync this edit across all your photos to save time.

Without giving too much away, lets just say this is something im very well practiced in :smile:


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Re: Anybody know any way to 'clean' digitally a photo taken with a dirty lens? [Re: PatrickKn]
    #25258709 - 06/10/18 09:02 AM (4 years, 7 months ago)

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Quote:

Stonehenge said:
A little 409 should do the job



Which OS does that program run on? Windex?




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Re: Anybody know any way to 'clean' digitally a photo taken with a dirty lens? [Re: Tapioka]
    #25258727 - 06/10/18 09:18 AM (4 years, 7 months ago)

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Tapioka said:
dirt on the lens wont show up as spots. it would have to be large and would show as a smeared area out of focus/ not sharp

in Adobe Lightroom you can use the spot removal tool. you can then sync this edit across all your photos to save time.

Without giving too much away, lets just say this is something im very well practiced in :smile:




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Re: Anybody know any way to 'clean' digitally a photo taken with a dirty lens? [Re: Tapioka]
    #25271844 - 06/16/18 06:41 PM (4 years, 7 months ago)

Quote:

Tapioka said:
dirt on the lens wont show up as spots. it would have to be large and would show as a smeared area out of focus/ not sharp.

it sounds like you have dirt on your sensor. You can google you tube vids for how to clean your sensor. you will need to purchase a sensor cleaning kit for your size sensor. Many people aren't comfortable doing it themselves as it can permanently fuck your sensor if you don't do it right, so either do it properly or drop it off to a camera shop that does minor servicing and they will clean it for you.

in Adobe Lightroom you can use the spot removal tool. you can then sync this edit across all your photos to save time.

Without giving too much away, lets just say this is something im very well practiced in :smile:



thanks man, this is what it looks like. what do you think?

and i can go the photoshop route also, just have to install windows or maybe try in a vm.


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InvisiblePatrickKn
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Re: Anybody know any way to 'clean' digitally a photo taken with a dirty lens? [Re: maggotz]
    #25271846 - 06/16/18 06:43 PM (4 years, 7 months ago)

You can use https://pixlr.com/ as a quick photoshop replacement. Everything is in browser. It's not as versatile as photoshop, but for quick edits like that it can do the job fine.


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Re: Anybody know any way to 'clean' digitally a photo taken with a dirty lens? [Re: maggotz]
    #25271848 - 06/16/18 06:44 PM (4 years, 7 months ago)

you could sort that out with the clone/smudge tools in Photoshop probably.


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Re: Anybody know any way to 'clean' digitally a photo taken with a dirty lens? [Re: maggotz] * 1
    #25271857 - 06/16/18 06:48 PM (4 years, 7 months ago)

My photoshop (or Gimp) experience is limited but it seems like it shouldn't be too hard since the background is all about the same color. You could also just crop off the whole top half of the image to make it more of a panorama and have less to remove. The empty sky doesn't really add much composition-wise.


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Re: Anybody know any way to 'clean' digitally a photo taken with a dirty lens? [Re: psi] * 2
    #25271872 - 06/16/18 06:57 PM (4 years, 7 months ago)



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Re: Anybody know any way to 'clean' digitally a photo taken with a dirty lens? [Re: PatrickKn]
    #25271940 - 06/16/18 07:35 PM (4 years, 7 months ago)

nailed it


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Re: Anybody know any way to 'clean' digitally a photo taken with a dirty lens? [Re: Mad_Larkin]
    #25271942 - 06/16/18 07:38 PM (4 years, 7 months ago)

:doublejointed:


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