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  • #46
    2,3 and 4 are too far, you should take the raw/not resized and crop it, then rezise it
    Everything that say is in my opinion, a screener might dissagree
    If you are dissapointed of yourself, look at me and feel better.
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    • #47
      Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post
      I could have sworn this are the ones I resized to 1280px?
      1. horizon, soft
      2. soft, too far
      3. horizon, centering, too far, soft
      4. horizon, centering, too far

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      • #48
        Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

        1. horizon, soft
        2. soft, too far
        3. horizon, centering, too far, soft
        4. horizon, centering, too far
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        • #49
          Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post

          Updated:
          1. ok for me
          2. borderline soft
          3. soft, borderline overexposed
          4. horizon (needs a little CW)

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          • #50
            Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

            1. ok for me
            2. borderline soft
            3. soft, borderline overexposed
            4. horizon (needs a little CW)
            Updated further: (#1 not added since you said it was ok):
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            • #51
              Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post

              Updated further: (#1 not added since you said it was ok)
              1-2. don't see much difference sharpness-wise
              3. CW = clockwise

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              • #52
                Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                1-2. don't see much difference sharpness-wise
                3. CW = clockwise
                So, both 1 and 2 I raised the sharpness from 75 to 200, so not sure how it's not different?
                #3 I rotated clockwise.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post
                  So, both 1 and 2 I raised the sharpness from 75 to 200, so not sure how it's not different?
                  Slightly different, but not much

                  Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post
                  #3 I rotated clockwise.
                  'Clockwise' is an expression meaning 'in the same direction the hands on a clock move'. Check it again. You rotated it in the opposite direction.

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                    Slightly different, but not much



                    'Clockwise' is an expression meaning 'in the same direction the hands on a clock move'. Check it again. You rotated it in the opposite direction.
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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post

                      Further update:
                      It seems you didn't understand my last post. If English isn't your first language, that's ok, but it might help to run my comments through a translator so you can better understand what I'm trying to tell you.

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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                        It seems you didn't understand my last post. If English isn't your first language, that's ok, but it might help to run my comments through a translator so you can better understand what I'm trying to tell you.
                        English is my first language, but my issue is that if I rotate it anymore it doesn't look straight with the horizon.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post

                          English is my first language, but my issue is that if I rotate it anymore it doesn't look straight with the horizon.
                          Because I suggested rotating it clockwise, but you keep rotating it the opposite way (counter-clockwise)..which led me to the conclusion you might not be fully understanding what I was suggesting. Unfortunately, I don't know another way of trying to make it clearer for you.

                          Or maybe you're just not bothering to read what I'm writing. Either way, I can't do much else.

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                          • #58
                            Remember using verticals to level the horizon (light poles, buildings) and rotating a bit to the right, it might not look level at first but if you use verticals as references it should work.
                            Everything that say is in my opinion, a screener might dissagree
                            If you are dissapointed of yourself, look at me and feel better.
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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by TRTPUwU View Post
                              Remember using verticals to level the horizon (light poles, buildings) and rotating a bit to the right, it might not look level at first but if you use verticals as references it should work.
                              Another fix. I don't know what more to do, I've tried rotating it clockwise, counter-clockwise, and each time it looks just weird. But here it is..
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                              • #60
                                Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post

                                Another fix. I don't know what more to do, I've tried rotating it clockwise, counter-clockwise, and each time it looks just weird. But here it is..
                                Not true, each time has been in one direction (CCW), which is the opposite of what I originally suggested. As such, I will no longer comment on this image.

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