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birdographer

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12. I use Topaz SharpenAI too
Sun May 2, 2021, 10:41 AM
May 2021

It's a great program but also takes great care. You used it perfectly on this image. A little of its sharpening can go a long way--it can either rescue an image or detract from it. I am a big believer in post-processing--not to change the image overall but rather to correct for digital camera flaws (some can tend to lean toward too much cyan) and to repair misjudgments like exposure and so on. Your butterfly is beautiful!

For your viewing pleasure [View all] Grumpy Old Guy May 2021 OP
And it is a pleasure to look at, my dear Grumpy Old Guy! Nicely done. ♥ CaliforniaPeggy May 2021 #1
❤❤❤❤❤ Grumpy Old Guy May 2021 #2
lovely little flyer. AllaN01Bear May 2021 #3
Thanks! 😊 Grumpy Old Guy May 2021 #5
You can't be that old of a guy if you can use all those fancy software programs so effectively! TheRickles May 2021 #4
LOL! 😂😂😂 Grumpy Old Guy May 2021 #6
They were my quarantine project. Grumpy Old Guy May 2021 #9
Thank you Mazeltov Cocktail May 2021 #7
Thank you! 🤣🤣🤣 Grumpy Old Guy May 2021 #8
Nice job Firestorm49 May 2021 #10
Thanks! 🙏 Grumpy Old Guy May 2021 #11
I use Topaz SharpenAI too birdographer May 2021 #12
I agree. Grumpy Old Guy May 2021 #13
Agree birdographer May 2021 #14
LOL! 😂😂😂 Grumpy Old Guy May 2021 #15
What is your go-to camera? birdographer May 2021 #16
I'm a very lucky man. Grumpy Old Guy May 2021 #17
When I first started with DSLRs birdographer May 2021 #18
Nikons are great! Grumpy Old Guy May 2021 #19
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