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Old May 7, 2003, 11:40 AM   #1
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Old May 7, 2003, 2:21 PM   #2
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Again lacks contrast and appears flat, needs sharpening too.

Don't forget to use the unsharp mask tool for sharpening.
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Old May 7, 2003, 3:16 PM   #3
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Again lacks contrast

Any tips on how to address this ?


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and appears flat
I know this sounds dumb but what exactly do u mean and again any tips ?


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needs sharpening too.
Hmm are we talking the legendary Canon softness here ? I guess we're talking sharpening it up with software after the event ?

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Don't forget to use the unsharp mask tool for sharpening.
Again this is beyond my realms of experience/knowledge - can you elaborate

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Old May 8, 2003, 10:45 AM   #4
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For all the above I use Paint Shop Pro7. The lack of contrast and sharpness gives it that flat look.

Get a demo version of PSP7 or 8 and get stuck in. Usually available on computer mag's cover discs.

My pics are too soft (often) and need sharpening, contrast etc - nothing unusual there.
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