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02/23/2010 01:05:10 PM · #1
Is it just my imagination, or is there a lot of over sharpening of photographs in recent challenges?
02/23/2010 01:08:21 PM · #2
Originally posted by dfstevenson:

Is it just my imagination, or is there a lot of over sharpening of photographs in recent challenges?

This would probably be more reasonable if you were to select a couple images that specifically brought it to mind for discussion.

Otherwise......it is pretty much left to the imagination......8>)

Message edited by author 2010-02-23 13:15:42.
02/23/2010 01:57:38 PM · #3
Yes there is.
02/23/2010 02:01:16 PM · #4
Originally posted by Cinnamon_Girl:

Yes there is.


This thread is useless without pictures!!!!!
02/23/2010 02:09:09 PM · #5
Maybe, I can't tell.;-)
02/23/2010 02:42:58 PM · #6
Originally posted by NikonJeb:

Originally posted by Cinnamon_Girl:

Yes there is.


This thread is useless without pictures!!!!!


I agree. It's all relative and subjective so specific examples of challenge photos might be in order.
02/23/2010 02:51:17 PM · #7
Originally posted by dfstevenson:

Is it just my imagination, or is there a lot of over sharpening of photographs in recent challenges?

Originally posted by Cinnamon_Girl:

Yes there is.

Originally posted by NikonJeb:

This would probably be more reasonable if you were to select a couple images that specifically brought it to mind for discussion

This thread is useless without pictures!!!!!

Originally posted by DCNUTTER:

I agree. It's all relative and subjective so specific examples of challenge photos might be in order.

One of the things that has troubled me for some time is the way statements like this, and others such as "Too much HDR/Topaz/Whatever", and there aren't specific examples, or ideas to engage in a reasonable discussion.

We run into that same thing with the whole straight-from-the-camera/do-your-best-PhotoShop-tricks debate as well.

So could someone PLEASE elaborate on this that we could maybe actually have a discussion and perhaps learn what you think and feel?
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