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Good burzum 2007-06-04 8:14

i like the balanced composition of the beautiful sunset Ioanni, but i know that the lens you used is capable of much sharper results.
kalos irthes sto TrekEarth :)
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Old 06-04-2007, 04:18 PM
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Default To burzum: Any suggestions?

About the sharpness problem I understand that:
a. a lot of the original quality was destroyed when I cut down the size to 700x460 pixels from
3072x2048
b. ISO setting is 200 (which I understand as small loss)

Focus is at inf. Any suggestions to what can be improved?
Thank you for commenting something more than the good things!
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Old 06-04-2007, 04:37 PM
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Default Re: To burzum: Any suggestions?

you are welcome Ioanni :)

i don't know the quality of the original shot but if your 3072x2048 is sharp then you can have the 700x460 appear sharp on screen, provided you use your software effectively.
every photographer has their own favorite procedures for resizing/sharpening and the internet is full of ideas and tutorials on the subject.
how do you treat your pictures btw?

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Old 06-04-2007, 05:16 PM
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I did some experiments and realized that the JPEG compression ratio was to blame. The size of the pic is only 29kb. If I had saved at 170kb it would look fine.
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