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    Any thoughts on this one. I played with the tones a wee bit and dodged and burned. thx - M
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    Nice pattern work, I like it. My only thought is that I would prefer it if the RH wheel/fork was sharp as well.

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    Love the patterns... I gotta keep a better eye out for this stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tirediron View Post
    Nice pattern work, I like it. My only thought is that I would prefer it if the RH wheel/fork was sharp as well.
    This time, I completely agree with Tirediron.

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    Thanks for the comments guys - the right fork eh? I agree.
    I should have used a slightly smaller aperture, it's a bit too unsharp to artificially sharpen it much more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marko View Post
    Thanks for the comments guys - the right fork eh? I agree.
    I should have used a slightly smaller aperture, it's a bit too unsharp to artificially sharpen it much more.

    Thx! - M
    OHHHHH!!! I get it! do the processing before it is out of the camera!!! I wish I knew how to do that!:(
    TT can be a bit dense at times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomorrowstreasures View Post
    OHHHHH!!! I get it! do the processing before it is out of the camera!!! I wish I knew how to do that!:(
    TT can be a bit dense at times.
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    thanks, Marko... I think that the fork on the right one is fine. It is on the edge, and not the center of focus. The untrained eye would never notice. ( Like my 20/400 vision. Thanks for the heads up tho, tirediron!) Or, do what I do and crop, crop, crop. (Says the very beginner to the professional -)

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