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Old 05-11-2007, 01:32 AM
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Re: Remove Window Relfections

i used masks. start on the right and make a mask that just shows the least amount and have that part as a show all. make your corrections for color, definition and brightness/contrast to suit. this sets your standard for the rest of the image.

then invert or make a new mask of the rest, also a show all, but now make the first part hidden or hide all. make your corrections for the middle area.

then, doing the same for the first parts, hide all, make the third part in the lower left a new mask with show all. make corrections for just this part now. this one is the worst and you wont get it all with just adjustments and filters. there will be some hand work.

once all the parts are adjusted as good as possible with masks, go ahead and clone out the rest of the reflections in the lower left and adjust as necessary. i used clone and airbrush.

then do a global color balance, usm or anything else you feel is necessary.

i also went ahead and cropped and cloned out the yellow highs in the background.

this was all using psp xi.
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Old 05-11-2007, 09:20 PM
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Re: Remove Window Relfections

Thanks for all the help.

The attached seems ok, not quite as good as some of the examples you all posted but pretty good nonetheless. The biggest step to make the thing easier was to crop out most of the lower left reflection--cloning and adjustments made the rest ok.

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Old 05-12-2007, 10:12 AM
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looks good, ken.

i think you lost a bit of the reds, but looking at mine now, i think i've got too much blue, so, go figure
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