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PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, 2008 10:36 pm 
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Hey all, just wondering if anyone knows of any type of software that will delete dust spots from you pictures. I have a ton of pics from a trip to Chicago, Ill. and I dodn't notice that there was dust on the mirror so now I have dust spots all over the pics of the skyline and others. Thanks

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Photoshop has a cloning tool. Not sure what other programs do.

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Gregory.Rotter wrote:
Photoshop has a cloning tool. Not sure what other programs do.


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Oh well. Guess I've got used to using nothing else but P.S heh. :P

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Lightroom has a dust cloning tool which I think.... in my opinon is a lot smoother than PS's clone tool.

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u can ues the healing tool as well. the one that looks like a band aid :D

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I don't know your current setup, but the bundled software with most DSLRs have an option to remove dust from photos, using a reference shot. I think all current Canon DSLRs have that option, while for Nikon you have to have the Capture NX suite. I don't precisely know about other brands, but it could be an option worth digging anyways.

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