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banehawi Plus
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11 Apr 2013 7:59PM
Sharpen it before you upload, and after you re size. Its nice, but a little soft. So resize>save as highest quality>open new file>chck sharpness and adjust>save>upload.


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ValSaxby 14 146 United Kingdom
11 Apr 2013 8:56PM
A lovely clear image of this beauty, agree with Willie ref sharpening, would also clean up the background a bit and bring up the blacks a bit to make it really stand out. Still a cracking image. Drop me a PM if you would like any help with this. Val
Geofferz 11 1 United Kingdom
12 Apr 2013 3:02PM
Thank you both for your info, hopefully my next one will be better.
STUARTHILL758 17 38 1 United Kingdom
11 May 2013 5:02PM
Resharpening resizing will not work the shot is a macro shot that to have the full length of this small animal needs a few more shots at different focus points down the length of the animal and then stacked together ,the part you have sharp is the eyes and the part of the head that is covered by the dof of the aperture used ,f22 with this lens will not carry the length of this shot with a macro lens in one frame ,a much tighter crop on to the head and body losing most of the black would help to ephersize the sharp eye and head ,great lighting of the gecko on the black plastic

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