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    Correcting flare?

    Hi all, this is my first post - and in honesty, its also my first forum so I hope I'm adhering to etiquette.

    So, tonight I spontaneously tried my first pano. This is simply two images.

    You'll see this has nasty lens / sun flare.

    Is this repairable??? I've just played around for half an hour in CS6 with clone tool etc but I am not getting realistic looking results.

    Any ideas / suggestions would be appreciated.

    Cheers,

    S

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    why do you need to repair it? Lens flare is not necessarily a bad thing. And as you found removing it can be impossible. Just leave it and let it be part of the image.
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    It's so trendy these days that most people are photoshoping flare INTO images, not out.

    Maybe if you combined it with some smoke, fire, water/milk splash and light painting you might end up with the trendiest image on the net!

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    Yes, ok...thanks. Maybe that is the right strategy to take.
    Cheers and Merry Christmas!

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