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« Reply #25 on: March 26, 2009, 17:31 »
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Minimal smartsharpen does the trick when needed.  without being visible.  I think Ive even fooled a few Istock reviewers:) 

This is like a "push-off" discussion in skijumping. Kind of depends what equipment you have.  Grandpas old crosscountry skis and lederhosen or Pro skijumping skis + windsuit :D


« Reply #26 on: March 26, 2009, 18:14 »
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I shoot everything hand held, prefer to work that way. I might be a little pissed off when the next wave comes in and takes out my tripod, camera, and leaves me holding the remote.  :P I hear what your saying though. I do use a monopod on occasion.

It happens  :)


Could you please stop attaching images like this to your posts!  :D


ya cd, where do you get all these gorgeous women ???  ;D


The one taking the brunt of the wave would be my wife (good sport..huh!! hehe!!) and others I have found shopping at your local Model Mayhem store  ;D. There everywhere in Florida, just have to find the ones that are interested in being in front of the camera.

« Reply #27 on: March 26, 2009, 20:21 »
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I do not sharpen for stock. I only sharpen before I print and only for the version being printed.

But on many images for stock I do some local contrast adjustments which is sort of a form of sharpening.


 

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