jelpee wrote:I don't see blurry, but I do see over-sharpening. There are jaggies visible on the cockpit windows as well as on the nose gear and nose gear doors.When I sharpen, I use a layer which allows me to then use the eraser tool on areas where jaggies appear. Send me a PM and I'd be happy to share my editing workflow with you.
I'm not a big fan of this crop: showing 3/4's of the aircraft makes me wonder why the rest of the aircraft is not included.Nice lighting.
airkas1 wrote:The first photo look salvagable with a better (tighter) crop and a bit of sharpening.
The second photo *could be* blurry and oversharpened to compensate. A little hard to tell with the jaggies.
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