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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of oversharpen.


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  • Perhaps, indeed, she was too quick, with her wit oversharpened by her uneasy conscience.

    The Life and Death of Richard Yea-and-Nay

  • The green background and the green of his eyes tie so nicely together, and I love that the photo isn't touched up (see chapped lips) or oversharpened.

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  • After being oversharpened and having the colors blown out, meh .... Stories / Popular

  • Shot in JPEG, not RAW, and oversharpened a bit, but the image quality is quite good.

    Planet GNOME

  • Out of camera JPGs were a notch above those from many competitive cameras, which are typically oversaturated and almost always oversharpened … Fast lens, great lens, solid build, decent IQ, smooth handling - what more can one want from a pocket camera in this price range.

    Digital Camera Reviews & Photography Tips

  • For A clean, sharp (not oversharpened) source set smaller parameter.

    Doom9's Forum

  • Colors are natural, and the images are not oversharpened.

    PC World

  • Images are sharp, but not oversharpened, and noise suppression is kept well under control

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  • Photos not only come out grainy and noisy, but they are oversharpened and underexposed. Handheld News and Reviews

  • To high of a Radius value combined with a high Amount value causes the image to look oversharpened.



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