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Oct 03, 2009 19:24 |  #1

Couple of photos of took with my 17-55. When i download to this forum from photo bucket the images look less sharp than the originals, any ideas?

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Oct 04, 2009 05:27 |  #2

The fact that they look less sharp is a compression issue if you want them to look sharp here you need to size for POTN and then after sizing sharpen the images. This is best done in steps. That being said I still feel that these although maybe less sharp are still not focused on the eyes they tend to be soft aside from the compression issue. The other apparent problem is a white balance/flash ambient balance problem. Too blue in the first too yellow in the second.


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