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Old Jan 28, 2010, 1:54 PM   #1
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Tomatah? Well well, here's one taken with a beautiful Mamiya RB67 + 90mm Sekor.
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Old Jan 28, 2010, 2:44 PM   #2
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For a super camera like that there're somethings missing: sharpness, texture, etc. You have resized a lot also. What was your pp?
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For a super camera like that there're somethings missing: sharpness, texture, etc. You have resized a lot also. What was your pp?
Only post was levels and resize. Original is quite sharp, obviously lots of resizing due to original being 2600x3100. Tiny file size requirements on this site so can't upload a high-quality image. Probably could have used a better resampling algorithm though so here's one with bicubic sharper, small difference.
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Uploading a full version to a photo hosting site can help a lot.
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Uploading a full version to a photo hosting site can help a lot.
Only place I upload a full res version is my hard drive.
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Only post was levels and resize. Original is quite sharp, obviously lots of resizing due to original being 2600x3100. Tiny file size requirements on this site so can't upload a high-quality image. Probably could have used a better resampling algorithm though so here's one with bicubic sharper, small difference.
Downsizing should result in a sharper appearing image. So if your image was sharp at full size, you are doing something wrong with you reduction methods.

The images as posted look a bit out of focus.

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