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 Post subject: Torrens at night
PostPosted: Wed Feb 17, 2010 1:12 pm 
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Kind of annoyed because I left my camera in the car before going into the Garden of Unearthly Delights, part of Adelaide Fringe Festival. So, after the show, I took this, just down from where my car was parked.

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One question though, what caused and what can be done about the purple highlights caused by the lights?

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Hi!

I removed that lens flare for you with PS CS4's "Spot Healing Brush" in color mode.
It was really easy to remove the purple colors, even a complete photoshop noob like me managed it. ^^

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Nice location btw ;)

(Just let me know and ill take it down from my site.)

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