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Great singuanti 2005-05-02 20:35

Hi Wes! What a catch to get a shot of those two flying together. I like the framing and the blue sky. I see you sharpened the shot in the note and was scratching my head why. The sky usually doesn't need sharpening, rather the opposite of noise removal. Hey Mr. Wes I'm expecting your next post to be from the parachuter's POV! Haha. Nice one Wes!

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Old 05-03-2005, 04:41 AM
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Default To singuanti: Reason for sharpening

Hi Steve,
Thanks for your critiques. I did the sharpening is because after reducing the size of the picture, I have lost almost all the strings attached to the person. I did some sharpening to restore the looking of the strings.
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ahhh that would explain that. I didn't think of that as a possibilty of sharpening. I took a few NYC shots, as in 600 on Sunday alone. Some came out pretty good. I think I have about 15 or so TrekEarth worthy shots.
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Hi Steve,
I cannot to see them all. I went back to Griffith Park last weekend. I brought my tripod with me this time. Many unexpected happened. This trip cost me dearly. I will post a few of them next.
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