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Old Apr 21, 2010, 6:36 AM   #11
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gjtoth - What do you have your in-camera sharpness set to? hard?
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Old Apr 21, 2010, 6:43 AM   #12
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Here is what I am talking about. I drew the grid so you can sort of see what I am talking about. It is way too sharp for an excellent shot. Toning a little might improve the image. I think someone said the same thing about the squirrel. They are just too sharp but excellent none the less. decreasing the jpeg compression to comply with the forum rules will definitely fix this issue.
Chesho, you need to realize something right up front. I don't shoot to please others. Since I am a hobbyist, I am allowed to make adjustments that suit ME. I will take your critiques and use them as a tool. But, please... no pixel-peeping. My eyes and, probably my monitor, may not be up to yours. So, please, the nit-picking is beginning to get a little old. These photos are not being posted in the "Photo Critique" forum for a reason... I know they're not great. In that spirit, keep your comments just that... comments. Not critiques. If you want to nit-pick, go to "Photo Critique". That's what it's there for. Thanks in advance for understanding.
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hehe...you got me wrong.

I think your picture is fantastic. Look how small mines looks!!!

all I was saying that the jpeg compression you did on it was alot. the file size is about 100k and 210 would make it look really good. some people could want it for a cellphone wallpaper.....LIKE ME!

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hehe...you got me wrong.

I think your picture is fantastic. Look how small mines looks!!!

all I was saying that the jpeg compression you did on it was alot. the file size is about 100k and 210 would make it look really good. some people could want it for a cellphone wallpaper.....LIKE ME!
I think I got you just right. If I want an image critiqued, I'll put it in the "Photo Critique" forum and you can have a field day with. Until then, comments.

I appreciate your the comment. You may use it for you cellphone if you wish. Thanks.
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Here is what I am talking about. I drew the grid so you can sort of see what I am talking about. It is way too sharp for an excellent shot. Toning a little might improve the image. I think someone said the same thing about the squirrel. They are just too sharp but excellent none the less. decreasing the jpeg compression to comply with the forum rules will definitely fix this issue.
You do know that when you observe the moon through a telescope the best detail is found closer to the shadow line and that much of the image is naturally washed out because it's so bright.

I actually like having these sorts of comments and I hope people can keep the fur from flyin' ...

Bob S.

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In fact, it never went up. he's cool in my book. I can take observations well.
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Here's one from tonight



Cropped and PP with Piknic on Flickr
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Old Apr 22, 2010, 7:57 AM   #18
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Here's one from tonight

Cropped and PP with Piknic on Flickr
Not too shabby, Raj!! I haven't tried one without the TCON mounted and it looks like it will be a while before I get the chance. The weather just turned crappy. Expecting rain today & tonight.
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pretty good without a lense.

gjtoth cheated!!!!
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pretty good without a lense.

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All's fair....
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