Landscape Clouds Ghosting

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peterc
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Landscape Clouds Ghosting

Unread postby peterc » 18.10.2017 16:33

Hello everyone I would be grateful for some advice. I am predominantly a landscape photographer and have used Helicon for several scenes where I require optimum focus from near to far. The image here is fine apart from the clouds where, what I presume is ghosting due to the movement of the clouds is present I have tried all three Methods and find that A is the best in terms of smoothing, however its still not very good. I may be hoping for something that is not possible with Helicon and that all subjects must be static - any advice would be helpful.
Thank you Peter
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See-squared
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Re: Landscape Clouds Ghosting

Unread postby See-squared » 18.10.2017 20:18

There are 2 ways of solving this problem;
1; From your Stack, select an Image containing the Clouds and using the " Retouching Tool ( Top Ctr. ) paint out the " ghosting.
2. Save your Stacked Image, import it into Photoshop, select, an Image with Clouds used in the Stack and combine it with the Stacked image.
Either of these are pretty quick fixes. Here's a Link to a Photoshop Tutorial on " Replacing Skies " on You Tube.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bYwY5pIyEMs

peterc
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Re: Landscape Clouds Ghosting

Unread postby peterc » 19.10.2017 19:08

Thank you for your input will try your suggestions and revert my findings. :D


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