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First P900 Moon Shot

Banjo Ryan

Always on
Very nice. I think it would benefit from some contrast, sharpening and reducing the chromatic aberration in post.
 

cjt2018

Member
Nice photo I think Banjo is saying it needs sharpening and and some more contrast I don't use Snapseed myself but found this on youtube there are lots of help videos on youtube. Hope this helps ...
 

Banjo Ryan

Always on
Im a real newbie to PP what does that mean particularly......I use Snapseed...
I've just made a few adjustments in Photoshop. I sharpened the image twice, then adjusted the levels to make the black darker, then I added a little bit of contrast. I'm afraid I don't use Snapseed, but I'm sure you can do something similar.

1B592FC5-0C6D-48E5-86EF-73C8D3BA1410 Ryan edit.jpg
 

Isac

Always on
Hi Isac, I’ve not used either so far with my images on here it’s been Snapseed on iPhone and iPad
Oh that's a shame. I'm not an Apple man I'm afraid, (which I think is a good thing) and that came about because for many years I built PC's, as opposed to Apple, which you have to pay premium dollars for - so I can't offer any advice on Snapseed. Good reviews for the P900 so I'm sure you'll enjoy it.
 
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