it seems. Have you tried a little artificial sharpening?
Maybe a little bit. But I don't know how I should do that artificial sharpening.
With a digicam you will generally get software for printing photos, that will contain a "sharpen" or "soften or sharpen" facility that you can use. Even photos that seem quite sharp can often be made to look even better with 20% sharpening, and photos that have been shaken quite a bit can be saved with heavier sharpening. The photo that is my number 25 now (Antelao) was quite heavily sharpened (over 50%). Too much sharpening gives a coarser structure in the photo, however, so don't overdo it, I think your Matterhorn photo might take 20-30% sharpening. Microsoft PictureIt that I got free with Windows XP also contains a sharpener.
What do you think? Is this better?
As an addition: you could also download Google Picasa for free (just type in 'Picasa' in google. It's a free program and it also contains a sharpener.
Definitely better, although I might have sharpened it a bit more!
I've sharpened it a bit more than.
I have the Picasa programm, but I didn't know it contains a sharpener (Do you know where I can find that Sharperen?).
when you click on an image with picasa there are multiple boxes to choose from on the left side of the screen, in the above corner.there is a box called 'sharpen'hope you can find it!!
After some searching I finaly found it :)
you're welcome :-)