|Quoting Fly747 (Reply 7):|
it also seems as if you sharpened the whole image. Try sharpening just the airplane. Also the hot fumes look much better unsharpened.
|Quoting Fly747 (Reply 11):|
thanks for the explanation, I was under a different impression but I stand corrected.
Edit: So what if you use 0 for threshold, then you are sharpening the whole image?
|Quoting CallMeCapt (Reply 19):|
No problem. To answer the question about cloning, there is no cloning in the image. I saw that spot as well and I think it's just blurred from the starboard engine exhaust
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