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    Quote Originally Posted by boyadjy
    correction causes sharpness loss ... i like color correction you have done, but i still prefer 1st image sharpness
    The correction doesn't explicitly imply a sharpness loss ... everything depends on which look I am going for. I was trying to recreate a dreamlike, filmic look. Perceived sharpness is often a result of strong contrast.

    Maybe you prefer this example more?
    -> http://www.loom.at/wiki/images/e/e9/..._looktest2.jpg

    I put in a lot of contrast, tightend the blacks and raised the overall sharpness. I could have gone for a more 'golden' look if that's what I wanted. I am just amazed again how great the original holds against extrem manipulations.


     

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    Did you apply a sharpening filter to that image? It's scaring me.
    "I've heard that this project is impossible... hehe" ~ Jim Jannard
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