so, for landscapes, I believe a landscape should be real (let's not talk about composites) and they should be pretty. So, I cleaned them up. Sometimes a small rock will hit the sunlight and make a white spot, same with snow. I also clean up portraits, again should be real, but should be pretty.
Now, this wildlife, I followed this guy in my viewfinder, hoping to capture him and the snow on his muzzle. I still getting over the flu, and I coughed and then he looked right at me. Picture set. Now, at home, I see the "dennis dreaded" white spots of snow in his main. To me, my eye, I should remove it. If there wasn't any snow on his muzzle, this would not even be a question for me. But, I thought I would ask in this case, as the white spots can be associated with the snow on his muzzle. What do you think? I know that they don't look to bad at this size, but a large print, those pesky little white spots will show up.
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