In this video, you will learn how to fix ghosting in Photoshop by clever layer masking, blending and by using the Clone Stamp Tool.
Ghosting may appear when you use some kind of HDR technique to blend multiple exposures into a single image. The deghosting features in HDR software may produce varying results and degrade overall image quality to a point where it’s better to not use it at all.
What I’ll show you in this video is a technique that you can apply in Photoshop, in particular for ghosting caused by moving leafs or grass.
In a Nutshell…
We’re going to create a layer mask from one of the exposures that reveals only the sky. Then we’ll use the Clone Stamp Tool to fill the ghosted areas through that mask. In a second stage, we’re going to remove any ghosts by blending in one of the exposures only in thos areas that have ghosting.
The result in an image without any ghosting, blurring or fringing.