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RE: Help With Sharpining (2)

Wed Apr 12, 2006 4:00 pm

Hi Lucas,

I think that if you made them a bit smaller say 1024w or 1100w the quality would be a bit better. But they are nice shots and the sharpening is quite good, but I personally feel they may be even better a bit smaller.

Just my opinion. Others may have better suggestions.
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RE: Help With Sharpining (2)

Wed Apr 12, 2006 9:08 pm

They all look great, the first one looks ever so slightly out of focus on the horizontal stabiliser at the furthest part way from us but thats almost unoticable.
Upload em and good luck!!

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