« on: October 23, 2013, 02:48:15 PM »
From my experience with image processing, I can tell you that these images were slathered with EE either in camera or post - so many EE artifacts its not funny. Hopefully it can be disabled if in camera.
Sorry ... but what is EE?
EE = Edge Enhancement/sharpening. If you look at any of the high contrast borders there is massive artifacting showing that substantial artificial sharpening was applied to the point where it looks unnatural IMO.
I.E. on this picture look to the on the left border of the model's arm and leg and you can see a thick outline/ghosting caused by the edge enhancement processing, you might need to zoom in a bit:
Thanks ... I see it too. In fact, it looks like her skin on the legs has a horizontal pattern to it
more like she's wearing tights?