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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by henry1218 View Post
    I took it on a cloudy day, so it's soft overall and lacks contrast, can the photos be uploaded?
    No, issues with contrast, centering, and sharpening.

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  • henry1218
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ID:	1160060I took it on a cloudy day, so it's soft overall and lacks contrast, can the photos be uploaded?

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  • dlowwa
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    As I have been trying get across, 1920pix is useless in trying to determine the quality of the original.

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  • henry1218
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    No, unfortunately only 1920pix.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by henry1218 View Post
    This is the original.
    (6960X4640)
    No, unfortunately only 1920pix.

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  • henry1218
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    The screenshot is still much too small to be able to read anything, but those settings seem sufficient.

    I doubt that's the actual 'original' image, as it's only 2300pix, and heavily compressed. If it is, then that's your problem right there. if it's not, I'd still only be speculating.
    Click image for larger version  Name:	20230225-0D2A1473-3.jpg Views:	0 Size:	1.67 MB ID:	1156237This is the original.
    (6960X4640)

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by henry1218 View Post


    What settings should be made to prevent softness.
    Or should I use a good lens and camera?
    Currently, I am using eos r7 and rf100-400.
    Thank you always for your kind reply
    The screenshot is still much too small to be able to read anything, but those settings seem sufficient.

    I doubt that's the actual 'original' image, as it's only 2300pix, and heavily compressed. If it is, then that's your problem right there. if it's not, I'd still only be speculating.

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  • henry1218
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    Originally posted by henry1218 View Post
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    Here's yesterday's screenshot

    What settings should be made to prevent softness.
    Or should I use a good lens and camera?
    Currently, I am using eos r7 and rf100-400.
    Thank you always for your kind reply


    Texture +80, clarity+5

    Detail
    Sharpening
    Amount +100
    Radius 1.0
    Datail +25
    Masking 0


    Noise Reduction
    Luminance +10
    Detail +62
    Contrast 0


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  • henry1218
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    Here's yesterday's screenshot

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  • henry1218
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Still somewhat soft, and now also noisy/overprocessed (lack of shadows indicating overuse of s/h tool or other).

    The screenshot is too small to be able to read anything, and in any case, it's the quality of the original that will mostly dictate the final outcome, not your editing.
    This is the original.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by henry1218 View Post
    I'm sorry that I'm not good at English yet.
    These are my settings. Other than that, they're default status
    Still somewhat soft, and now also noisy/overprocessed (lack of shadows indicating overuse of s/h tool or other).

    The screenshot is too small to be able to read anything, and in any case, it's the quality of the original that will mostly dictate the final outcome, not your editing.

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  • henry1218
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Unfortunately I do not understand your question, sorry.

    I'm sorry that I'm not good at English yet.
    These are my settings. Other than that, they're default status

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by henry1218 View Post

    Your opinion was a great help to me. After +100 in the quality +30 detailed quality window in the light room classic, noise reduction +30 was done +30. Is the noise coming up from the dark okay?̊̈
    Unfortunately I do not understand your question, sorry.

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  • henry1218
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    This image is extremely soft. Nowhere near the quality needed for 1820pix.
    Your opinion was a great help to me. After +100 in the quality +30 detailed quality window in the light room classic, noise reduction +30 was done +30. Is the noise coming up from the dark okay?̊̈

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by henry1218 View Post
    As far as I understand, it means to upload the image correctly.
    Is my understanding correct?
    This image is extremely soft. Nowhere near the quality needed for 1820pix.

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