Old 08-22-2009, 02:22 PM   #1
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Default Soft..Oversharpened..Soft..Oversharpened..

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I have NO Ideas how to edit this one. It was rejected for Oversharpened, then Soft, then Oversharpened, again soft ... and so on! I appealled once using the Oversharpened one and got a reply of "the handrail of the locos is oversharpened" and others I forgot (sorry..).

I try my best to resize and sharpen the photo again and again and I still found the handrail of the loco and building's wall nearby look oversharpened, (even the photo finally rejected for soft...)... Just give me a felling that someone is playing me.

Yet I still don't give up getting this shot in. Could anyone please give me some advice on editing this photo? Or help me to resize it using your high quality photo editing software? Thanks a lot for your reading and help!

Gordon.

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Old 08-22-2009, 02:33 PM   #2
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If you have the software to do it, do a selective sharpening, isolating the handrails and sharpening only the other areas in the shot.
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