flyingzacko
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RE: Jagged

Wed May 24, 2006 12:15 am

Hi there Malcolm,

haven't hear from you in a while, I hope you're doing alright. Here's how I see it. All the photos have major jaggies on the cheatlines on the fuselage. The 4th one has jaggies on the front of the vertical stabilizer. These jaggies are from oversharpening. If you would like me to have a look at what can be done to the photos, feel free to send me the originals and I will try my best.

Cheers,
Sebastian
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RE: Jagged

Wed May 24, 2006 6:13 am

Quoting Flyingzacko (Reply 1):
All the photos have major jaggies on the cheatlines

Hi Malcolm i also agree with Sebastian on this one.
Its the tricky biz jets with the very small cheatlines that are hardest to edit.
I know so as i have a tone of them here on my hard drive that i haven't processed due to this same reason.
I'm sure with a bit of work on the cheatlines they can all make it as they are fantastic shots.
All the best my friend.
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