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This is a discussion on Just a Photo within the Critiques forums, part of the Photography & Fine art photography category; I had to go help a friends parents move some items to their new house Saturday and it was out ...

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    I had to go help a friends parents move some items to their new house Saturday and it was out of the City, on my way up I took some photos. This is one of the ones that did not work like I had hoped. I have played with it maybe too much but wanted to see if I could save it. Also so you all know I actually take photos lmao. What do you think, is it salvageable? Or should it make a bee line to the trash?

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    Not sure about this one AcadieLibre.

    There seems to be some weird 'artifacts' running through the center of the image....I'm not really sure it's worth salvaging...

    But I love to be proven wrong if the ends work out..

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    There is lens flare degrading the photo in the shadow area which can easily be brightened. The lens flare however has also degraded the sharpness in the same area.

    So, I would recommend a lens hood, particularly if you have a wide diameter lens on the end of your camera and\or it is wide angle.

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    Has a lens hood on it, but need to buy a slim circular polarizing filter for it (Just bought this lens, all my other lenses I have Polarizing filters for, just forgot that day, have one by weeks end). I don't think I will keep it, I think I over edited it, but not worth redoing lol. On these photos I usually don't even bother with, but thought on this one I would give it a whirl and see if the ones I delete are actually worth fixing, see they are not . I tried to capture the light rays across the barn but just didn't happen how I wanted, was an experimental photo and those are mostly misses but worth a shot. Just for reference point this is the resized original.

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