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3 years 11 months ago #4825 by Roy van Ommen
Hi Guys,

I am just curious, do you guys this image is a sharp image:


RVOFoto -10 by RVOFoto , on Flickr

I'd like to hear it from you guys.

Greetings,
Roy

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3 years 11 months ago #4828 by Jim St Croix
Hi Roy,
Nice colors.At lower resolutions it looks fine but as you go past 1024*683 the sharpness issues start becoming apparent. I hate pixel peeping but it does get blurred with some motion seen at the top petal.Again this is pixel peeping.Still like it though.

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3 years 11 months ago - 3 years 11 months ago #4829 by Conor Casey
Agree with Jim, Roy. It looks fine when viewed here but once you start looking at higher resolutions, it begins to look less and less sharp...

Conor Casey
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Last Edit: 3 years 11 months ago by Conor Casey.

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3 years 11 months ago #4830 by Brent Ross
Well within the circle of confusion. Viewing on retina ipad, looks good unless I zoom. I really like the contrast, and punch and deep colour. Yummy.

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3 years 11 months ago #4833 by Roy van Ommen
Thanks for the reactions guys. I just don't get it. This on a tripod, hand zoomed with focus zooming on my 60d.

Can you guys look in that album if they are sharp?

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3 years 11 months ago #4838 by Jim St Croix
Hi Roy,
Is this a new lens(18-200)? It seems like you are not happy with your results.
Your dof is tight on your images here. One the orange orchid you can see the slice in the middle where its sharper and goes out of focus quickly in front and back.
With the parrots you can see the fence in front is good and tails off as you go back. With the one where they are being held, the finger tips are good, and again it loses focus as you go back.
Maybe do a focus test with a ruler to see if you front or back focusing.
(check your diopter first to make sure its set right).

Jim

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