Chapter 6

Solve Photo Problems

You always want to take the best possible picture when you squeeze the shutter on your camera. You do not want to have to fix problems in the picture that could be correct if the picture were taken more carefully from the start. Yet, no matter how hard you work, sooner or later you are going to have some problems in a photograph to fix.

These can be all sorts of things, such as dust on the sensor, unwanted light flare, blank skies, and more. They are not anyone's fault, but can crop up in a picture due to many factors, and keep that picture from being all that it can be. Sometimes these problems are extremely annoying and very distracting to a viewer. Other times, they particularly frustrate the photographer. Regardless, ...

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