Author Topic: One-touch photo editing  (Read 1410 times)

richardh1905

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Re: One-touch photo editing
« Reply #15 on: 14:45:08, 19/04/20 »
Try that photo with the bungalow roof, Fernman.
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SteamyTea

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Re: One-touch photo editing
« Reply #16 on: 16:26:48, 19/04/20 »
Can you post up an undoctored original then we can all have a play.
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fernman

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Re: One-touch photo editing
« Reply #17 on: 17:37:24, 19/04/20 »
Try that photo with the bungalow roof, Fernman.

Do you mean this one (which is the Toll Gate Cottage), that had all the moire effect?
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Re: One-touch photo editing
« Reply #18 on: 17:51:08, 19/04/20 »
Can you post up an undoctored original then we can all have a play.

Well there's an offer I don't usually get  :o . I'm afraid I have to decline, not because I'm not that way inclined, lol, but I don't have any bad originals at the moment. Being tidy-minded and hating having duplicates, I delete all originals once I'm satisfied with the enhancements.
Funnily enough I took ten test shots in the garden late yesterday, when I was experimenting with different software, but none of them are spectacularly bad, it must have been the overcast light.
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richardh1905

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Re: One-touch photo editing
« Reply #19 on: 22:17:33, 19/04/20 »
Much better!
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Re: One-touch photo editing
« Reply #20 on: 22:38:13, 19/04/20 »
Thank you Richard.