Lil' Rosebud

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  1. ElectricHarmony

    ElectricHarmony TPF Noob!

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    This sweet lil' thing popped up in front of my grandfather's house last month:lovey: I know it's a lot of contrast, I like it that way:p

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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Lovely colour you managed to capture here, and I love photos of buds, they are always so full of promise for more to come.
    Welcome to ThePhotoForum, I have seen your self-portrait, nice camera you got yourself, good grip or not, I have the same, that's why I say so :biggrin:

    This one is very, very contrasted, but you like it that way, as you are saying, and it is a little oversharpened, I should say, with the white metallic bits in the flower, I guess you just used too sharp and unsharp mask, maybe?
     
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    Thanks for the warm welcome:) I love photos of buds as well! I'm waiting for a chance to capture one once an hour as it changes, tons o' fun:mrgreen:

    Yup! Guilty on the unsharp mask...what can I say? I'm on a college-budget, with a factory lens, and a sucker for detail :) :mrgreen:
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    No probs with detail --- too much of it becomes too obvious though, and you might want to watch it.
    What I learned right here on TPF is that you have to keep both threshold and radius quite low to avoid these "halos", as they are also called.
     
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    Hmmm definitely some stuff to think about...thanks for the tips:) You are quite helpful.
     
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    Arch Damn You! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    nicely captured..... it does look a tad sharp, but that can be easily adjusted... good colour :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks :) So there's a way to fix my overlysharpenedness without losing the detail? Please do clue me in :mrgreen:
     
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