* Wed C&C No Theme Thread #326 14 07 23 *

Started Jul 22, 2014 | Photos thread
LouHolland Veteran Member • Posts: 9,174
Re: Lookout point

Hi Pete,

One of the points of the 12-40mm and I have seen it in the m4/3 too is that in landscape shots it could be to sharp and that makes the images restless. Devide you image in layers of importancy and decide were you will lie the most important accent. That will make is clear which part you will softenen and which part should be reasonably sharp I guess. That you can do that by masking and local adjustments you probably known already.


Pete_CSCS wrote:

Hi everybody. I spent a ridiculous amount of time processing this one and when I thought I was finally done, I noticed that the horizon wasn't level! So then I had to undo several steps of processing, straighten it, redo the last steps, resize it in all the sizes I save my images in and then add the individual sharpening to each one. Whew!!!

At this point I can't see the forest for the trees anymore so would like your critique.

Lookout point: E-M1 + 12-40/2.8

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Pete K.

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