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Great joso 2012-12-04 10:56

hi Claude,
well managed light, vivid colours, well composed, the fence and part of the road, then the line of the mountains guideing the eye

not critique, just a question, as I see you use a D90: what is with the sharpness on the details? Despite the relativ good camera and good objectiv, I also had often the problem, no matter how I tried to avoid it. Ok, PP-work could help, but I guess it must be a way to get it better, with that equipment.
If you - or anybody else here - have an idea, please let me know
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jαnos

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Old 12-05-2012, 08:14 AM
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Lightbulb To joso: Sharpness

the sharpness of the zoom 18-200 is not good, even if the aperture is at f8 or f11. I have to increase it in post processing.
Moreover, it is not constant on the surface of the picture, the edges are blurred whereas the center is sharp!
To get good results, you have to buy expensive lens with aperture f2.8!
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:13 PM
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Hi Claude,
thanks for answering
I'm playing around with D7000 since a week, satisfied, except the kind of problem with sharpness, but I'll find out... I'll try the manual focusing, will change the measuring fields number, and so on
expensive lens? no, not yet... http://www.trekearth.com/forums/imag...lies/frown.gif
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