|Quoting Whisperjet (Reply 5):|
I think your picture could be saved if you start up with a new edit from scratch.
The titles and the vertical stabilizer are quite jagged and the contrast is off.
The picture also looks quite grainy to me.
|Quoting A388 (Reply 4):|
Should I darken the photo a bit as mentioned already? I take it that the sharpening rejection lies in the letters on the fuselage but how can not sharpen that section selectively, the letters are just too thin to avoid jagged edges in that area.
|Quoting AirKas1 (Reply 7):|
He said, that the image might be a bit dark too, not that you should make it darker
A solution for the sharpening might be to sharpen in layers.
|Quoting A388 (Reply 7):|
The fact that I also use an older version of PS (version 2.0) also plays its part. Editing photos with the newer versions seems to be far better than the relic 2.0 version it seems.
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