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May 06, 2008 06:54 |  #1

Did I get it too dark?

Always liked this one. It's actually a little over a year old and I just found it again in one of my files.

Data: Rebel XT with Tamron 28-300 lens set at 154mm, 1/250, f7.1, ISO400, split metering, AWB, shot in color and coverted, cropped but no other pp that I can remember.

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May 06, 2008 07:34 |  #2

Nice, but a lil to soft on the focus for me.


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May 06, 2008 09:28 |  #3

Ditto...


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May 06, 2008 09:45 as a reply to Rhinotherunt's post |  #4

Probably a dumb question but doYou think the sharpening tool in DPP would help that?



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May 06, 2008 10:17 |  #5

HoosierJoe wrote in post #5470587external link
Probably a dumb question but doYou think the sharpening tool in DPP would help that?

I do not think it will be able to do much.


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May 06, 2008 11:31 |  #6

I think running a simple web sharpening or USM will make this photo look much better..

Here is my play at it.. I did a little sharpening and noise reduction.. I don't know if I made it look anybetter or not but it is an idea..

Also I think I have found my daycare boy's twin.. I looked at this photo and throught it was him.. Wow..

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May 06, 2008 11:38 |  #7

I can't help but show you how similar they looks. you boy is a little younger though..

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May 06, 2008 11:42 |  #8

I like Heather's edit. Good Sepia conversion.


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May 06, 2008 11:43 |  #9

Heather,
Great edit...


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May 06, 2008 13:30 |  #10

HeatherSik wrote in post #5471228 (external link)
I can't help but show you how similar they looks. you boy is a little younger though..

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Actually it is one of the preschoolers in our preschool. We own a good sized business. But bear with me I am suddenly getting the dreaded box with the red x for your photo and some others. As soon as I figure it out I am anxious to see your edit and the twin.



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May 07, 2008 16:18 |  #11

OK, fixed the red x box, windows vista is so paranoid!

Sharpening and noise reduction. I can do those in dpp. I am really ignorant about this stuff that's why I post the pictures.Thanks a lot it looks much better.

HeatherSik wrote in post #5471189 (external link)
I think running a simple web sharpening or USM will make this photo look much better..

Here is my play at it.. I did a little sharpening and noise reduction.. I don't know if I made it look anybetter or not but it is an idea..

Also I think I have found my daycare boy's twin.. I looked at this photo and throught it was him.. Wow..

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