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Sep 13, 2014 16:23 |  #1

My first outing with my new uwa lens tonight for this capture of Langstone creek.

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Sep 13, 2014 18:49 |  #2

This looks very over sharpened to me. Even the grass and water appear that way. When you have small detail, like sand or granuals in your rocks, you need to decrease the sharpening because it sharpens way more than usual objects/surfaces.




  
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Sep 14, 2014 02:59 |  #3

HappySnapper90 wrote in post #17152567 (external link)
This looks very over sharpened to me. Even the grass and water appear that way. When you have small detail, like sand or granuals in your rocks, you need to decrease the sharpening because it sharpens way more than usual objects/surfaces.

Thankyou for the pointers this is all very new to me, by the way this has been sharpened using ps but only only +1.


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Sep 14, 2014 22:13 |  #4

Not sure what +1 means. Of course there are different ways to sharpen an image.




  
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Sep 18, 2014 15:50 |  #5

did you use the shadow/highlight filter, or any HDR techniques? the foreground looks artificially bright, and there seems to be a shadow effect at the top of the image - grad ND filter?


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