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steffanf

Glare and digital photos

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I am a bit new to this, so bear with me. Is there a way to enhance a digital photo to remove glare off the water? I ask this because I took a picture of a fish (which I saw easily with my polarized sunglasses), but when I looked at the image I took with the camera, there was too much glare. There probably is some kind of polarized lens that can be used on a camera, but what can be done AFTER the photo is taken?

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Gregg,

It depends on the software you have available to you. In many cases some tweaking of curves or levels along with a unsharp mask setting (20,50,0) will do a credible job. If this is all Greek to you... if you want to send me the photo I will take a crack at it for you.

dbleitch at aol dot com

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Yes... very Greek! I have 3 pictures I took that will e-mail over to you. It would be great and much appreciated to see what you could do with them.

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LOL, no problem at all, I will keep an eye out for them.

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