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    Family sharpening

    f 5.6 1/400s iso 400 Family sharpening working of sharpening how did i do?

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    Re: Family sharpening

    Difficult for me to tell on my monitor at that resolution... but it looks fairly sharp...

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    Re: Family sharpening

    Jack,

    As Tommy has said, this really isn't big enough to say and it is so busy with fine detail that it makes advice tricky.

    It certainly isn't 'over sharpened', possibly the faces would stand a little more, but the risk is they are lower contrast than all the light grass, so that will zing first, distracting attention from the goats.

    Perhaps tell us what you did, or post another example of a different subject?

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    Re: Family sharpening

    thanks dave and tommy will work on that idea.

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