Question about Canon EOS 40D Digital SLR Camera Digital Camera with 17-85mm IS USM Lens
I have a canon 40D with 18-55mm IS lens. But the pictures taken are not that sharp. Is there any problem with the technique used? Kindly provide some solution for this .
If you are upgrading from a previous "point and shoot" digital camera, the pictures from your digital SLR may seem "soft" by comparison. This is simply a difference in the built-in processing performed by the camera. Most DSLRs output images with less sharpening applied. I believe the philosophy is that the sharpening algorithm causes data loss, so less of it is used on the high-end cameras with the assumption that you can apply more later on your PC.
You can try shooting a picture using the RAW capture mode, then editing it using a program on your PC. By applying sharpening to the RAW image, you will most likely be able to produce a very sharp image.
You can also take a JPEG image with the camera and apply additional sharpening on the PC, but this process is more lossy with regards to the original data.
Posted on May 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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