A to Z of Destinations
Australia, NZ and South Pacific
A to Z of Experiences
Walking and trekking
Diving and snorkelling
Wildlife and safaris
Meet the locals
Frontier and expedition
Cycling and Mountain Biking
Visiting the Poles
Career breaks and BIG trips
Body and soul
Volunteer and conservation
Australia, East Coast
Australia, West Coast
Everest Base Camp
Trans-Siberian and Trans-Mongolian railway
Aurora Borealis/Northern Lights
Cruising the Nile, Egypt
Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail
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Don't "7. Kid yourself something is sharp when it's not. If it's not sharp, delete it. The only exception is when you are working with slow shutter speeds, when just the head needs to be sharp."
Actually do not delete it. Couple of years ago I have seen in photo exhibition in Birmingham a software that removes the blur and make the photo sharper. I was blown away. I don't know the name of it, but I believe CC offers something similar.
Simon @ Wanderlust
If it's not pin sharp - software won't fix it. We always ask for the original and when we print it up big we will be able to tell. So please don't use software to fix a bad photo.
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