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They're noisy, not sharp at all, and the colors lack contrast and saturation.
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Originally Posted by ljason8eg View Post
They're noisy, not sharp at all, and the colors lack contrast and saturation.
This + indirect lighting still too direct in many photos. Needs to be softened up even more. Perhaps a sheet of printer paper over your light source.
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