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  • tabrenna
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    Originally posted by mrk25
    Shooting in better light would have helped in this instance. 400D+low light Been there got the t-shirt, oh & load more shots added to my personal collection

    Yes, i know.. It was a bad day for spotting becouse of the clouds, and this was also just my third time spotting after i got the 400D.. And that is my first camera...

    But anyway, there shoud be easier to save bad raw pictures, whit a screen that shows the photos as they are..

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  • Mark Ralph
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    Shooting in better light would have helped in this instance. 400D+low light Been there got the t-shirt, oh & load more shots added to my personal collection

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  • tabrenna
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    Ok. Thanks for the wiew..

    Then i think it`s about time to replace the old CRT screen when the paychek comes later this week... It`s a pain to edit the pics so i think they are nice, but they actually look like shit..

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  • Mark Ralph
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    Tom, the image looks generally soft all over on my screen I would add the lower half of the aircraft looks quite noisy also. I feel if you try and sharpen this anymore it will make the noise/grain even worse.

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  • tabrenna
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    Undersharpend (soft)

    Can someone pls take a loock at this picture an see where the softspots are.. The pic is perfect on my screen, and i have already applied a lot of sharpen on it, so don`t want too destoy the things that are already good by putting on too mutch sharpen.. hope someone can help..


    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=1498727


    Reg.
    Tom A.
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