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I'm having terrible trouble trying to edit out this flare
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ThirstyExplorer [Avatar]
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I admit I'm new. Tried cloning, blending, and removing. Can I color blend transparent color over the top??

Any suggestions on how to fix this? I love this picture.
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I tried using the Smart Patch, but it requires large amount of manual tuning and I still couldn't get a satisfied result.

Instead of removing the flare, I might consider adding a white Light Hit to cover this flare (which the flare is in strange color).

You can use the Light Hits tool in the Gudied room, and then select the option "Enable template resize" to adjust the light hit size into smaller one. Move the light hit position to cover the flare completely.

The result brings this photo with another atmosphere, but in my opinion, the added light hit is not bad.

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ThirstyExplorer [Avatar]
Newbie Private Message Joined: Aug 14, 2022 06:33 Messages: 2 Offline
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Quote I tried using the Smart Patch, but it requires large amount of manual tuning and I still couldn't get a satisfied result.

Instead of removing the flare, I might consider adding a white Light Hit to cover this flare (which the flare is in strange color).

You can use the Light Hits tool in the Gudied room, and then select the option "Enable template resize" to adjust the light hit size into smaller one. Move the light hit position to cover the flare completely.

The result brings this photo with another atmosphere, but in my opinion, the added light hit is not bad.

FYI


Thank you!
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