cloning over areas of overexposure in video?

Discussion in 'Photoshop' started by Bill Nash, Jun 26, 2009.

  1. Bill Nash

    Bill Nash Guest

    Not sure how to proceed here. I have a video of a bird flying around,
    hovering, perching, etc with two overexposed areas, which are the white
    areas on the bird. Luckily, these areas are fairly small, but completely
    blown out so no detail can be extracted and shadow/ highlight doesn't touch
    it. There must be a way I can take a good video or even an image, where the
    whites were properly exposed, and apply it to all the moving overexposed
    whites on the video. Are there directions, tutorial and/or video that show
    this?

    Thanks,
    Bill
     
    Bill Nash, Jun 26, 2009
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  2. Bill Nash

    Joel Guest

    The technique works on human should work on landscape and all size and
    type of animals like bird which is called "Masking"

    1. Make the dupe of the original

    2. Adjusting one layer until you are happy (fixed) the overexposured area.

    3. Click on the "Masking" command then replace/review the fixed area to
    replace the overexposured area.
     
    Joel, Jul 1, 2009
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