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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I have taken a Photo on my camera, and keep in mind, this is a $200 camera, so it'as not going to be the best in quality. What is the best way to upscale, enhance and clean up the image in the most time efficient manner. This is an example of one of my Photos

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what camera? what format are you taking?


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2 hours ago, Anonymous015 said:

So I have taken a Photo on my camera, and keep in mind, this is a $200 camera, so it'as not going to be the best in quality. What is the best way to upscale, enhance and clean up the image in the most time efficient manner. This is an example of one of my Photos

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As said before what camera? Are you shooting in RAW or straight to JPEG or both? 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 hours ago, Lord Vile said:

As said before what camera? Are you shooting in RAW or straight to JPEG or both? 

 

5 hours ago, GDRRiley said:

what camera? what format are you taking?

Shooting in JPEG at 4K

Sony HX60 WIFI,NFC


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21 minutes ago, Anonymous015 said:

 

Shooting in JPEG at 4K

Sony HX60 WIFI,NFC

it's 20 megapixel not 4K :)

 

How far away were you when you took the photo and how far were you zoomed in? 


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2 hours ago, Anonymous015 said:

 

Shooting in JPEG at 4K

Sony HX60 WIFI,NFC

the first is just out of focus as for post work you are limited by jpegs a lot


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17 minutes ago, Anonymous015 said:

It wont AF proporly for some reason @Lord Vile

First one looks a bit like camera shake.

 

The Sony has a contrast based AF system, which isn't the most effective at picking out subjects with not a lot of contrast and poor lighting.

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1 hour ago, Anonymous015 said:

It wont AF proporly for some reason @Lord Vile

 

55 minutes ago, ThePointblank said:

First one looks a bit like camera shake.

 

The Sony has a contrast based AF system, which isn't the most effective at picking out subjects with not a lot of contrast and poor lighting.

What Zoom are you on? You might get better results on minimum zoom and cropping in a bit 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, Lord Vile said:

What Zoom are you on? You might get better results on minimum zoom and cropping in a bit 

I'm on low zoom and macro mode

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Anchor your hands as your stabilizer to reduce shake maybe, before jump to any editing software. You can't do much with JPG in editing software.


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I call pilot error.

 

It's a solid 20MP point and shoot. it might not look perfect at 100%, but you should have no trouble getting sharp images out of it and getting close without having to do any cropping.

 

Tripod w/ cable release?


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2 hours ago, Action_Johnson said:

Tripod w/ cable release?

There is no cable release for HX60 ?

Will using a tripod make a difference


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Tripod will make a difference, but it needs to be a good one. Not some plastic-fantastic Sunpak or Amazonbasics one. does the HX60 support an iPhone app? There's your cable release?


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27 minutes ago, Action_Johnson said:

Tripod will make a difference, but it needs to be a good one. Not some plastic-fantastic Sunpak or Amazonbasics one. does the HX60 support an iPhone app? There's your cable release?

Should be able to use the timer feature for the shutter; set the time to say, 5 or 10 seconds, and just press the button and let the camera count down. Works well for still subjects if the camera is mounted on a tripod.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 hours ago, Action_Johnson said:

Tripod will make a difference, but it needs to be a good one. Not some plastic-fantastic Sunpak or Amazonbasics one. does the HX60 support an iPhone app? There's your cable release?

I have got a Velbon tripod

7 hours ago, ThePointblank said:

Should be able to use the timer feature for the shutter; set the time to say, 5 or 10 seconds, and just press the button and let the camera count down. Works well for still subjects if the camera is mounted on a tripod

Yes, has WiFi and can use the app as shutter release, almost forgot that that feature existed


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