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    Colour on Black on White

    Candid photographs can be fantasitc, i use photoshop to bring out a little somthing different mixing Black and White background with colour foreground.

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    Re: Colour on Black on White

    David

    I must say I always feel that I shouldn't like selective colouring but when I do I always like it Nice candid shots but your images seem a little soft on the focus to my eye. The thing is that it is consistent (also happens on your autumn trees). Do you do any out of camera sharpening.

    Oh and I am forgetting my manners. A very warm welcome to CiC

    Steve

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    Re: Colour on Black on White

    Cheers steve. I have not tried sharpening. Do u think it is worth trying ? Thnx for the welcome. I'm very new at photography - about 6 weeks.

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    Re: Colour on Black on White

    Hi David (great name, eh?),

    Welcome to the CiC forums from me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tinman View Post
    ~ I have not tried sharpening. Do u think it is worth trying ? Thnx for the welcome. I'm very new at photography - about 6 weeks.
    It is, in my opinion, yes it is absolutely essential.

    Have a read of the techniques page on it here.
    Guide to Image Sharpening

    Cheers,

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