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Remove Infrared Lens Hot Spots using Capture One Pro's LCC

I recently had a thought that I could use Capture One’s LCC “Lens Cast Correction“ to correct infrared hot spots in the lens.

Hot spot in the middle of the frame

Hot spot in the middle of the frame

After applying LCC

After applying LCC

LCC is created using a LCC Plate that is placed in front of the lens to create a reference file for capture one to use to make corrections… and a huge bonus it also remove sensor dust spots

LCC plate. The one I use here is a 6mm Arcrylic from    https://www.allstarplastics.com.au/    its a gloss finish so properly not ideal but ok to use as a test. I will save up for a real LCC plate.

LCC plate. The one I use here is a 6mm Arcrylic from https://www.allstarplastics.com.au/ its a gloss finish so properly not ideal but ok to use as a test. I will save up for a real LCC plate.

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Before LCC - Yes my sensor is really in need of a clean

Before LCC - Yes my sensor is really in need of a clean

After creating LCC

After creating LCC

Select the LCC image and the image or Images you like to correct and right click and apply LCC.

Select the LCC image and the image or Images you like to correct and right click and apply LCC.

Color swap done in Capture One/s color editor.

Color swap done in Capture One/s color editor.

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Blood Moon July 2018

This is a quick edit from this mornings Blood Moon Eclipse.

I love it it kind of looks like something out of Star Wars

Lake Moogerah Queensland Australia 

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Fingal Heads Causeway

Last night was perfect conditions for some milky way photography. I went down to Fingal heads causeway and captured this image. 

I created this by capturing the foreground just after sunset and then wait for the milky way to appear and then blend the two pano stitches together 

I love this time of the year with the cold clear nights.

Fingal Heads Causeway, NSW, Australia

Fingal Heads Causeway, NSW, Australia

Milky Way

This image was created by capturing a panorama stitch of the rocks and water just after sunset using a low iso setting to minimize the noise and get maximum details in the foreground. Then I waited in the same location for it to be fully dark to capture the milky way in all its glory. Shot on a Canon Eos 5d Mark IV with a 14mm 2.8L prime lens.  

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The Milky Way over Waddy Point, Fraser Island, Australia  

A Plastic Fraser Island 😢

I just returned from a weeks stay on the beautiful world heritage listed Fraser Island  off the coast of Queensland, Australia. 🇦🇺 

Each time I visit Fraser Island there seems to be more and more rubbish washed up or dumped by visitors to the island. 🌴 

We traveled a few hundred kilometers up and down the beaches and I was saddned to see how much plastic was visible from the car. Everything from bottles, straws, bags, nets, crates, buckets and so much more. 

Some showing signs of being in the ocean for a while before ending up on the beach and others looking like they had just been dumped there. 

I recently rewatched the documentary “A Plastic Ocean” ( directed by Craig Leeson, Brainstorm Media-2017) and it’s a real eye opener, well worth a watch. 

The ‘Leave no Trace Principle’ is something I follow and hope to share with my fellow travelers. 

 

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A small sample of the plastics dumped and washed up on the beaches of Fraser Island. 🌴 

The SS Maheno Shipwreck edit

I had a bit of fun editing an image from a trip to Fraser Island last year. The ship was mirrored down the middle and added shadow. I really have a thing for Black & White images. Jannick

Edited in Capture One Pro 11 and Photoshop. Canon 5d mark III, 24-70 mkIII lens. f11 2.5 seconds exposure.

The Maheno

The Maheno

The original image before edit

The original image before edit