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    OMG... they are so big... SORRY!
    Pretty sure I know the answer but is there any way to sharpen up an image after the fact?
    A tri pod would have helped I'm sure, but what kind of setting would have made the images sharper?
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    It would help if you posted what the settings were so we could give advice on how to improve what was done.
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    Amber's right, the settings would be helpful. Because if your shutter speed was fast enough, then you really wouldn't need a tripod. To me it looks like the focus is falling more on the horses than the people. You probably needed a higher aperture setting. You can do an unsharp mask to make the photo more crisp though. You'll have to play with the settings. Someone here recommended 75,2,3 for print settings and I've used that a few times with success.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coolmama72 View Post
    Amber's right, the settings would be helpful. Because if your shutter speed was fast enough, then you really wouldn't need a tripod. To me it looks like the focus is falling more on the horses than the people. You probably needed a higher aperture setting. You can do an unsharp mask to make the photo more crisp though. You'll have to play with the settings. Someone here recommended 75,2,3 for print settings and I've used that a few times with success.

    Yep- what she said. Cool photos- were they doing a drill or something?

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