with this one. The photo was taken with the old MX-5. It took me only a couple of minutes to clean it up, using a Mac program called Graphic converter.
PS Yes, I'm sure a separate strobe would eliminate a lot of your backscatter.
Open the file with Graphic Converter and you should see a panel of tools on the right side of the image. Among them is a dropper. Double click on it and you can then "suck up" a drop of colour from somewhere close to the white spot. Now click on the pen/paintbtush and fill in the white spot with the colour you just sucked up by moving the pen/paintbrush back and forth. If it's a big white spot, you may need to repeat the whole process several times. If the colour is too pale, try taking a drop of deeper colour from somewhere else and painting over the pale area. Be careful not too choose too dark a colour to start with, though, as it's easier to darken a pale spot than lighten one that is too dark. I believe the tools in Photoshop and other image processing programs are similar.
<font color='#810541'>Will do. Thanks.
Any suggestions as to what speed film I should use. Have been using 400 due to darker, murkyish uk waters, but as Malta should hopefully be clearer, was thinking of using faster 100 film?