Shimmering Sand | Pismo Beach, CA
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I’ve been so busy that I’m just starting get around to processing photos I took in March! My mom and I snuck away after dinner one evening to go shoot in Pismo Beach. There was a GORGEOUS sunset and we invited our friend Joni to come out and join us with her camera. I have several photos to share from this lovely evening, but today I want to show you this:
Getting rid of “Ghost Birds”
This photo was shot with my Canon 7D and 24-105 lens (6 sec. at f/22). Six seconds was just long enough for a bird to land in the middle of my shot and move around to create ghost birds.
After making a few adjustments in Lightroom and removing the shadow noise with Topaz DeNoise I pulled up Snapheal Pro by Macphun. It did a great job of removing the “ghost birds”.
I also used Intensify Pro by Macphun to give the image a bit more color and contrast pop. I really love how this image turned out! It would have been unusable with “ghost birds”, but Snapheal Pro saved the day!
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