Screens and dirty windows in front of your camera lens « Café Ludwig

The moral of this story is this: Don’t let screens, veils, or dirty windows stop you. Even in impossible situations, take the photo. Then use a bit of processing magic to bring out the picture.

via Screens and dirty windows in front of your camera lens « Café Ludwig.

Pressing Refresh:

The before and after shots are amazing!

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2 thoughts on “Screens and dirty windows in front of your camera lens « Café Ludwig

  1. Ludwig May 9, 2014 at 12:37 pm Reply

    Thank you, Pressing Refresh, for sharing this post with your readers, but above all, thank you for finding it in the first place! It is a delight to find that some of my seemingly long-forgotten posts are still of interest and value.

    • Pressing Refresh May 9, 2014 at 4:55 pm Reply

      Hi Ludwick! I am always on the look out for great posts and yours was one of them. Thank you for taking the time to share your knowledge with us “newbie” photographers and for dropping by!

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