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08/14/2019 01:15:56 PM · #1
I vote for this challenge. The Dead Pixels are my favorite band. Expert editing please.
08/13/2019 09:35:12 PM · #2
Originally posted by skewsme:

Dead pixels, dead pixels... Dead pixels aren't much fun. -Dr. Demento


LOL, you better hope nobody googles the source of that! Unfortunately I didn't have to :-P
08/13/2019 09:16:21 PM · #3
Dead pixels, dead pixels... Dead pixels aren't much fun. -Dr. Demento
08/13/2019 07:18:24 PM · #4
<whispers>
I see dead pixels..."
08/13/2019 05:33:01 PM · #5
Originally posted by marnet:

Would "etc." also cover wrinkles? ;)


Only in minimal self portaits!!! :-)
08/13/2019 12:30:03 PM · #6
Originally posted by marnet:

Would "etc." also cover wrinkles? ;)


'like'
08/13/2019 08:28:53 AM · #7
Would "etc." also cover wrinkles? ;)
08/13/2019 08:11:53 AM · #8
From the minimal rules,

"You may:

...use a tool to remove sensor dust, etc from your finished image."

I would think the "etc." would cover a dead pixel?
08/13/2019 03:45:57 AM · #9
Originally posted by kiwinick:

Originally posted by digifotojo:

What's a dead pixel? :-/


one that has ceaste working, a little white spot in an image, so I believe


Exactly that, some cameras (Pentax) have a remapping function to remove dead pixels, They are auto mapped out nowadays in most, if not all cameras.
Should be allowed to remove in Minimal I think.
08/13/2019 03:03:00 AM · #10
Originally posted by digifotojo:

What's a dead pixel? :-/


one that has ceaste working, a little white spot in an image, so I believe
08/12/2019 11:06:52 PM · #11
What's a dead pixel? :-/
08/12/2019 10:09:49 PM · #12
Is there any chance that we can get Minimal Editing to allow removing dead pixels in addition to sensor dust, please?

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