Erosion with Shadow

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  1. Ls3D

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    Took camera for a bike ride today, this one kinda drew my eye a few places. BTW it's a plane, not a bunny.

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    -Shea :mrgreen:
     
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    It's a bit soft to me, but that might be the compression. It's certainly interesting.
     
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    Thanks. Yeah it is soft, shot free hand at 1/60th, and f/29 (for lack of concentration) and playing with exposure compensation, infinite focus... etc. I was also trying to meter off mr sky (shutter half depressed) and recompose, but it seemed like my meter resampled and I forgot how to lock it. RTFM tonight.

    In a recent post high pass sharpening was mentioned, but no details. So I took a stab at it as illustrated below. Is this the layer mode (overlay) and technique guessed at below?

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    Whats a plane and not a bunny???
     
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    As in dust bunny, lower right.

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    Looks like you did it correctly.

    Remember, though, that high-pass sharpening isn't actually sharpening..at least not in the same way that USM is. High pass functions mostly to increase contrast. Our eyes perceive the contrast increase as a sharpness increase. This is especially true of matte surfaces.
     

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