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    Hight ISO shadow(ghosting) on silouette

    I took a 640 ISO shot of the below image but I have some kind of shadow/ghosting under the umbrellas. Ive tried reducing noise, brushing it out and changing exposure and cloning but can not get rid of it. What is it and what can I do to get rid of it? and looking at the smaller pic as I upload this it seems to have a lighter halo(sky is lighter) over the top of the umbrellas. :-/
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    Could be a sharpening halo, typically due to a too large ratio in unsharp mask sharpening.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jev View Post
    Could be a sharpening halo, typically due to a too large ratio in unsharp mask sharpening.
    Thank jev, it is something in PP. looking at the original its not there but as I process more it starts to show. Im not sure its sharpening, I would of thought it would run more closely to the edge if it was sharpening this is more like a dark smudge that comes out 10mm or so on screen that runs under the umbrella.
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    Try the Clarity settings. Too much will do that.

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    I find this sometimes happens when pushing the recovery sliders too high (highlights & shadows).

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    Quote Originally Posted by wmphoto View Post
    I find this sometimes happens when pushing the recovery sliders too high (highlights & shadows).
    Thanks Warren, you were right, it was the high light slider, I pushed it to far and as Warbler said the clarity causes the same problem as well and added to the problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warbler View Post
    Try the Clarity settings. Too much will do that.
    Thanks warbler! yes it also added to problem.
    Cheers

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