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  • NOTAR520AC
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    Originally posted by fallingeese
    A bit of sharpening certainly should do it...

    Not too come accross as a complete ass...but could you have waited to take the photo when the guy wasn't standing infront of the helicopter? Otherwise it would have been a nice shot.
    Our helicopter was actually departing when I took that photo.

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  • fallingeese
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    A bit of sharpening certainly should do it...

    Not too come accross as a complete ass...but could you have waited to take the photo when the guy wasn't standing infront of the helicopter? Otherwise it would have been a nice shot.

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  • BHX
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    I had a quick go at it but im sure someone who knows a lot more about editing than i do will come along

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  • Greg Wilson
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    try 150%/0.2/0.0................3 to 5 passes.On that picture you will need to do layers/eraser/merge as I got jaggies on the rotors and parts of fuselage

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  • NOTAR520AC
    started a topic Eurocopter Sharpening Help (Alaska!)

    Eurocopter Sharpening Help (Alaska!)

    Hey guys. Been trying to sharpening this photo but has turned out worse everytime I try. My sharpening presets that I'd been using in PSP got deleted & I'm trying to find a good setting I can use again. Any help greatly appreciated, your name would go in the comments box. If the full-size cropped file (2455x1525) would be more useful, email me ([email protected]) & I'd be happy to send it to you. Thanks!

    J
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