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Great Janice 2006-04-09 5:33

Hi Soeren, I have done a workshop on your original photo. I haven't got the colours right, but it is a bit brighter and sharper.
When you take your photos try holding your camera very steady and carefully as you take the photo. It does take a lot of practice.
P.S. I ended up making notes on both your photos, so transferred it over to here.

Old 04-10-2006, 05:48 PM
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Hi! Above all: thanks for showing interest in my photos, seems like you´re almost the only one;)
I think you made it a little bit "too sharp", I mean, applying too much of a sharpener emphasizes jpeg-artifacts and noise. But you´re right that it needed to be sharpened. Finding the right amount is not always an easy task... Thank you anyway!!!
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Old 04-11-2006, 11:36 AM
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Hi Soeren, Yes, I did know I sharpened it too much, but it was very soft. It is hard knowing how much, or how little to do.

You might get more notice if you start critiquing others' photos. Sad to say, it is really the only way to get youreself known on the Trek sites.

I try to give critiques nearly every day. I don't post every day, but I do return the compliment and will critique those who see my pictures. It is a good way to meet others and get to know them.

I hope that is of some help for you,
Kia ora
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