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    Waiting for the next season of tournaments

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    Re: Waiting for the next season of tournaments

    A nice series Thierry
    I like the latter best maybe due to the interaction shown between Horse and Rider.
    The B&W works really well - also your images always are very crisp & sharp but do not look ever 'oversharpened' to me.
    Do you have a 'usual routine' for sharpening your RAW files, that you follow?

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    Re: Waiting for the next season of tournaments

    Hi Thierry,

    Yes, another good pair of images with good composition, focusing and exposure.

    If I have a minor query; I do wonder if the first is just a little 'off vertical' though - a slight clockwise rotate would fix - if I am correct.

    Cheers,

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    Re: Waiting for the next season of tournaments

    Quote Originally Posted by wilgk View Post
    A nice series Thierry
    I like the latter best maybe due to the interaction shown between Horse and Rider.
    The B&W works really well - also your images always are very crisp & sharp but do not look ever 'oversharpened' to me.
    Do you have a 'usual routine' for sharpening your RAW files, that you follow?
    Thanks for your visit kay.

    Within few lines here is te process that I follow :

    - raw development using lightroom 2.6 with basic elements including vibrance and local contrats
    - I convert raw into jpeg
    - Under PS CS2 Sharpening of the L layer
    - color mixer (20/40/40)
    - levels setup
    - local adjustment of contrast and light

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    Hi Thierry,

    Yes, another good pair of images with good composition, focusing and exposure.

    If I have a minor query; I do wonder if the first is just a little 'off vertical' though - a slight clockwise rotate would fix - if I am correct.

    Cheers,
    Thanks for your visit Dave. I will adjust this tilt mistake tonight.

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