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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonas View Post
    Hey,

    I tried to optimize the picture in halos. How does it look now? Are there still little halos?

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    Only minor halos around gear. Aircraft is soft/heat hazed, however.

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    Hey,

    That sounds good. Here is my last version with 0 highlights, shadows and clarity:

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    Are all halos gone, now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonas View Post
    Hey,

    That sounds good. Here is my last version with 0 highlights, shadows and clarity:

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    Are all halos gone, now?

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    Yes, halos are gone. Heat haze remains, however.

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    Sounds great

    Here are four other ones edited with the improved workflow:

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    Cheers, Jonas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonas View Post
    Sounds great

    Here are four other ones edited with the improved workflow:

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    1-2 soft, dark/contrast
    3-4 soft

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    Thank you!

    That should be fixable, right?
    Do i have to improve contrast or exposure on 1 and 2?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonas View Post
    Thank you!

    That should be fixable, right?
    Do i have to improve contrast or exposure on 1 and 2?
    Cheers, Jonas
    3 & 4 may be fixable. The other two not.

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    Here are some new ones:

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    Cheers and have a nice day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonas View Post
    Here are some new ones:

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    Cheers and have a nice day

    Jonas
    Jonas,

    I'm not from the crew, but IMHO:

    #1. contrast, soft, horizon (needs CW rotation)
    #2. horizon (needs CW rotation)
    #3. a bit soft and overexposed, but looks nice
    #4. a bit soft and overexposed
    #5. blurry, soft

    Hope this helps, wait more comments from the crew.

    Cheers,

    Vinicius

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    Thanks!

    Can a screener comment as well please?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonas View Post
    Thanks!

    Can a screener comment as well please?

    Thanks
    Previous assessment pretty much accurate.

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    Alright. Thank you very much!

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    May i ask you, how you sharpen your photos in order to get the best result?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonas View Post
    May i ask you, how you sharpen your photos in order to get the best result?

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    Really depends on sharp the original is, and what resolution is being submitted. The sharper original, the less is sharpening needed, and the lower resolution, generally the less sharpening needed.

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    And here are also four new photos:

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    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Really depends on sharp the original is, and what resolution is being submitted. The sharper original, the less is sharpening needed, and the lower resolution, generally the less sharpening needed.

    Thank you for the information:

    1: What would you recommend for original-size photo
    2: What would you recommend for JP-uploads

    One thing i want to mention:
    You really help me to improve my photography skills! I just wanted to thank you for that!

    Have a nice weekend!

    Jonas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonas View Post
    And here are also four new photos:

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    Cheers,

    Jonas
    1. soft
    2. soft, contrast
    3. soft, contrast/dark
    4. soft/blurry, heat haze, contrast

    Quote Originally Posted by Jonas View Post
    Thank you for the information:
    1: What would you recommend for original-size photo
    2: What would you recommend for JP-uploads
    Not really sure what you're asking.. As I said, each image is unique, so asking how much sharpening is needed is like asking how fast you should drive to get to the store. The answer: as fast as is needed given the conditions. I generally use USM to sharpen images in PS, but what settings exactly, and how many passes depends on the specific image.

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    Hey,

    So i tried to start with the "real" sharpening in Photoshop.
    As I also got told the "highpass filter" is good, i tried that one and USM.

    Attached are the two images fron the EY 789.
    Can you tell me if there are any obvious differences (is there any difference in using USM or HP in quality?)?

    I would be very happy if you can tell me wether the image is ok now or if there are any issues like contrast or now even oversharpened.

    Highpass sharpening:
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    I hope you can understand what i mean

    Many thanks in advance

    Jonas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonas View Post
    Hey,

    So i tried to start with the "real" sharpening in Photoshop.
    As I also got told the "highpass filter" is good, i tried that one and USM.

    Attached are the two images fron the EY 789.
    Can you tell me if there are any obvious differences (is there any difference in using USM or HP in quality?)?

    I would be very happy if you can tell me wether the image is ok now or if there are any issues like contrast or now even oversharpened.

    Highpass sharpening:
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    unsharp masking:
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    I hope you can understand what i mean

    Many thanks in advance

    Jonas
    Unsharp one looks better. That one is almost acceptable. The highpass one is still much too soft.

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    Thanks for you answer.

    Then I will just sharpen a little bit more on the USM one.
    Is the highpass one fixable or is highpass just not as good for sharpening?

    I have a second question which might be pretty obvious but I don’t understand/ know the answer for:

    For the USM I used around 100% and Radius of 0,3. When I now have the full-size version, do I have to apply more or less sharpening and what’s about the radius. I know, every image is different but is there a general rule?


    Many thanks

    Jonas

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