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Old Aug 29, 2007, 6:13 PM   #11
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hi johng,

the only thing that changed was i dialed up the sharpness (which as i found out makes it more grainy, if you look at the exif iso was 400 on #3), and saturation, i didn't use any noise programs.

hi ron g

here is # 3 just resized

hi DRGSin,

ok, ok, ok, you win!! hahahaha its just hard to shoot!!

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Old Aug 29, 2007, 8:31 PM   #12
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John - thanks for posting that shot again. The problem is because you're cropping too much. You need to frame MUCH tighter in-camera. Believe me, your quality will go way up. You had plenty of lens left - you need to use it.
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