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Old 10-08-2009   #11
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I absolutely love your wife's ceramic work! Just stunning!
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Hi Michael,

Beautiful ceramic and photog work... I agree the balance of the suggested crop works better than the original.. However, looking at all 3, I much prefer the "centered" crop. The large Ceramic anchors it well and the smaller ones up front give it depth and make the centered crop work... It is more pleasing to the eyes to look at the centered composition too.

My first instinct with this material is to want a lot more texture detail..... Why is it softer when you shrink it down ? I still suggest a moderate unsharp mask...

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These were the first shots I did all in RAW and as such I have seen a marginal improvement over fine large jpg's from my D40. I did a small amount of unsharp mask on them, the prints all look awsome, you can see every pit and bump! I guess we just need to live with the softness of the camel.

Here is a representation of the final prints I made for my wife, I've printed about 20 different pieces for her portfolio. ( agian not sharpened for the camel)

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Well heck... if the prints are coming out just fine, then no reason to worry there..

I wonder if there really is a softening effect when you post here....

This last one is lit really well and your wife does some amazing work on these..

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