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  • AntonyR
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    Jid, many thanks for that link, I will try it out over the weekend!

    regards

    Antony

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  • RCoulter
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    Originally posted by jid View Post
    You might pick a few tips up here Antony..

    http://www.jid.me.uk/workflow/Workflow2/sharp.html

    Jid
    This is what I use and I hardly get any soft/over sharpened rejections any more

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  • jid
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    You might pick a few tips up here Antony..

    http://www.jid.me.uk/workflow/Workflow2/sharp.html

    Jid

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  • AntonyR
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    Thanks alot Bryan

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  • brianw999
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    Take a look at the replies in this thread which may help....

    http://forums.jetphotos.net/showthread.php?t=45582

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  • AntonyR
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    This seems a good example of what I mean.

    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewqueued_b.php?id=2199424

    I had it rejected for being soft so I applied some unsharp mask and then this is what I'm getting with the jaggies... Should I delete this or is it acceptable?

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  • AntonyR
    started a topic Help with sharpening - jagged curved lines!

    Help with sharpening - jagged curved lines!

    Please help!

    I am having trouble with sharpening in CS2 - the curved lines of the fuselage can sometimes have jagged lines (bottom rear and above flight deck) even when the other areas of the image just reach a good level of sharpening. Is there a way to prevent this? If its correctable can someone please try to explain the procedure to me, I know the basics in photoshop but not much of the more advanced features.

    Thanks

    Antony

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