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Old Today, 01:45 PM   #551
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Originally Posted by bigbassloyd View Post
Falling snow against the sky can make it appear as if there are dirt spots on the sensor.
He still should have cleaned up that image. It doesn't look like it's snowing hard enough to warrant the inclusion of the dark blotches in the sky. A couple of minutes with the clone tool and it's a much more pleasing image to look at (that goes for any image with the annoying snow blotches, not just this one).
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Old Today, 02:39 PM   #552
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Originally Posted by JimThias View Post
Hi, Loyd.

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I didn't edit this photo... I just converted, resized, and threw it up here for reference. You lost your right to call me out after your vegas boff anyhow..

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