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    Daffodils

    Shot with Fuji GX680II using GX150mm F5.6 at F16 8secs on Fuji Instant FP100C film, scanned and PP'd in CS4. Comments welcome.

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    Daffodils

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    Re: Daffodils

    Hi Peter,

    Just wondering if you've applied any output sharpening? (They look a little soft to me).

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    Re: Daffodils

    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Southern View Post
    Hi Peter,

    Just wondering if you've applied any output sharpening? (They look a little soft to me).
    Hi Colin,

    Looked better in the original but does look a bit soft here. Tried again but artifacts started to appear with quite low amounts. Must get a better scanner.

    This one worked better, what do you think

    Daffodils

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    Re: Daffodils

    It's a plesant image and it looks better sharpened...might be a little over sharpened with the bright edge against the black background but detail is still soft...might be a focus or depth of field issue. When I see a daffodil I can't help but recall a poem I learned in the first grade (during Jurassiac Period): "A golden cup with a golden frill, and golden wings make a daffodil."

    Chuck

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