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Old Aug 5, 2009, 8:50 AM   #11
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contrast also plays an important role on a sharper look. Below is a two step sharpening the first of which, through larger radius, was intended for better contrast.
Well, I guess that one shot didn't come out too bad... I guess in addition to learning how to take better shots, I might also benefit from learning some of these photoshop techniques!
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Old Aug 7, 2009, 3:24 AM   #12
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Well, I guess that one shot didn't come out too bad... I guess in addition to learning how to take better shots, I might also benefit from learning some of these photoshop techniques!
That had already been confirmed dear mate ; ) Actually Photoshop is the photographer's 'dark room' in digital photography. Though it's the composition which precedes for me, and therefore I simply dump the images in which I don't find anything inspirig, for those who don't want to obey the manufacturer's 'suggested' preferences and limitations set in the camera's software, or can't bear a simple flaw to steal from the glory of an otherwise stunning photo, imo, some essentials in photoshop is a must...

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