Aerial tours are a frequent fixture in the modern tourist itinerary (I can personally recommend doing one over the Grand Canyon), but even though you'll probably get a window seat, your photos are unlikely to be as spectacular as your memories. Photoshop guru Helen Bradley explains how to bridge the gap, though, in a post covering common fixes for shots taken from planes. Even if you don't have Photoshop installed, you can grab the concepts used and apply them in your image editing tool of choice.
Fix Photos Taken Out Of Plane Windows
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