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How to remove rings

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Oct 30, 2020

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Hello, 

 

I noticed there are rings in the center of my photos and wondering what tool would you use to get rid of them effectively? I tried the spot removal tool in Camera Raw but the result is not as good as I was hoping for.

 

Thank you very much for your advice! 

 

Jitka

 

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You could make a selection of the affected area and copy it to it's own layer, convert it to a smart object, then add a gaussian blur and after that add some noise, on a new layer paint back in the stars

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How to remove rings

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Hello, 

 

I noticed there are rings in the center of my photos and wondering what tool would you use to get rid of them effectively? I tried the spot removal tool in Camera Raw but the result is not as good as I was hoping for.

 

Thank you very much for your advice! 

 

Jitka

 

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Correct answer by Ged Traynor | Adobe Community Professional

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You could make a selection of the affected area and copy it to it's own layer, convert it to a smart object, then add a gaussian blur and after that add some noise, on a new layer paint back in the stars

2020-10-30 12_39_32-Window.png

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Have you tried spot healing brush in Photoshop? Just open image in Photoshop, create new layer and ensure that Sample All Layers is checked in the Options bar and work non-destructivelly on separate layer in Ps.

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Hi

You could make a selection of the affected area and copy it to it's own layer, convert it to a smart object, then add a gaussian blur and after that add some noise, on a new layer paint back in the stars

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it may be this

 

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Thank you so much, everyone, I keep playing with all these options to see which one comes up with the best results but it looks all better already. Gaussian blur + add noise is interesting! Thank you for help!

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