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    Which path would you take?

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    considering your title, i would assume that there are at least 2 paths to choose from and from the pic, i assume that its the main one and the one at the left of the photo. dunno if it would look better if teh composition is such that the second path is more obvious to fit the title choose but otherwise, i like the composition of this picture.
    reminds me of the poem the road less travelled.

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    IMHO, it feels oversharpened.
    Compo feels good though.

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    Originally posted by Fella
    IMHO, it feels oversharpened.
    Compo feels good though.
    yeah, I shared the same sentiment too....

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    Originally posted by jasphotography
    yeah, I shared the same sentiment too....
    The photo is not sharpened at all. Just unsharpen mask in PS to bring out all the detail and scaled down (bicubic). I noticed that for every pix I processed this way, it will turn out very sharp.

    Remedy: OOps. This statement is most embarassing folks. Thanks Fella.
    Last edited by Jeff; 12th May 2003 at 10:03 PM.

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    Originally posted by Jeff
    The photo is not sharpened at all. Just unsharpen mask in PS to bring out all the detail and scaled down (bicubic). I noticed that for every pix I processed this way, it will turn out very sharp.


    And may I ask you where's usm tool located in PS?

    Anyway maybe you should scale down first before applying usm.
    For a 800x600, I normally use 200%, 0.2 pixels and 0 level, applied twice.

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    Originally posted by Fella


    And may I ask you where's usm tool located in PS?

    Anyway maybe you should scale down first before applying usm.
    For a 800x600, I normally use 200%, 0.2 pixels and 0 level, applied twice.
    The work flow can be found from The Luminous Landscape- unsharpening. Anyway.
    Last edited by Jeff; 12th May 2003 at 10:00 PM.

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