Take Off at Mission: Space
Today’s photo is from the Mission: Space exterior at Epcot.
This Mission: Space shot was taken at an aperture of f/22 to get that sweet sunburst action. When the light is really harsh in the middle of the day, these are fun shots that you can still look for even if the lighting isn’t as smooth or soft as you would like it to be. With a shot like this, I like to leave in the natural lens flare, so the green and yellow dots you see under the spaceship. They’re pretty tough to remove sometimes, and they are a natural result of shooting directly into the sun. On the other hand, when you shoot at f/22, it reveals all of the dust and speckles on the sensor of your camera. I had about 45 spots of dust I needed to remove in Lightroom. Thankfully, this is a super easy and mindless process using the Healing tool in Lightroom. Just pick the size of the circle, click over the dust, and poof, it’s gone.