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Looking over towards Shell Is

oldgeezer

Always on
Premium Member
Suits the pano Paul but there is a massive halo across the top of the land and where the horizon meets.
 

Pete Larkin

Always on
Premium Member
Pano is great - very dramatic. Agree there's a touch of a halo, but I might also be inclined to lose a smudge off the bottom as well - but you might not!:grin:
 

rebel06

Looking for a cause.
Moderator
Suits the pano Paul but there is a massive halo across the top of the land and where the horizon meets.
Thanks Pete, don't think the compression for the forum has helped here.

Pano is great - very dramatic. Agree there's a touch of a halo, but I might also be inclined to lose a smudge off the bottom as well - but you might not!:grin:
Thanks Pete (Is there an echo in here ..lol), already cropped the image at the bottom don't think I can do more with it being a pano.
 

oldgeezer

Always on
Premium Member
Thanks Pete, don't think the compression for the forum has helped here.
It's always a problem when there is such contrast between land and sky.
How is it looking full size and did you sharpen it again when it was down sized ?
 

H1ghlander

Always on
Much better, didn't think you could get an edge halo that big to be honest.
It was a whopper. :D
Everything about the edit is better, it's more natural, and has a softer more pleasing appearance.
 

tenchy

Rain maker
Administrator
Nice one. This is why I don't like viewing on the phone. I'm seeing the comments and going huh. Then zoom in and there it is.
I've seen it from just resizing the full size down. And not always a light halo. I remember a bold dark halo appearing on a studio shot just from the resize.

Where is shell island? I recognise that from somewhere
 
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