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  • #31
    Thank you for responding!

    If I may ask where the image is dirty? I have been looking and looking, but for the life of it I can not spot it. Could you point me in the direction I should be looking, please? (I already learned that I should be looking for a sensor dust spot, but where is it? Also, is it allowed to remove it or does that render the image useless in terms of uploading?)

    Editing halos, where would I see those? I am sorry if this is a dumb question, but I am really trying to learn so that I am not bothering you with mistakes like that in the future... Is that the contrast line between fuselage and sky? Or what does that actually mean in plain language?

    Thanks!

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    • #32
      Originally posted by eurowing View Post
      Thank you for responding!

      If I may ask where the image is dirty? I have been looking and looking, but for the life of it I can not spot it. Could you point me in the direction I should be looking, please? (I already learned that I should be looking for a sensor dust spot, but where is it? Also, is it allowed to remove it or does that render the image useless in terms of uploading?)
      Hmmm...yeah, not sure what I thought I saw, but looking again can't see any dust either. Sorry for the confusion.

      Originally posted by eurowing View Post
      Editing halos, where would I see those? I am sorry if this is a dumb question, but I am really trying to learn so that I am not bothering you with mistakes like that in the future... Is that the contrast line between fuselage and sky? Or what does that actually mean in plain language?
      Parts of the sky are much darker around certain areas of the aircraft (wings, gear). Usually an artifact of lightening shadows area of toning down highlights. Definitely an effect from editing/processing.

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      • #33
        Ah okay you had me worried there for a minute!

        I will try to find halos, but that makes me wonder why I seem to overdo the processing. Learning by doing I guess...

        I have one other question regarding sharpness if I may ask. What I do is to zoom in to make sure the image is sharp enough and then add sharpening as needed. Is that the right way to go? Especially since the lowered res image is being uploaded, not the full res which I am processing? And that one loses quite a bit of the detail during downsizing. (And for clarification, when you say an image is "soft", that means it is under sharpened, correct?)

        Thanks!

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        • #34
          Originally posted by eurowing View Post
          Ah okay you had me worried there for a minute!

          I will try to find halos, but that makes me wonder why I seem to overdo the processing. Learning by doing I guess...

          I have one other question regarding sharpness if I may ask. What I do is to zoom in to make sure the image is sharp enough and then add sharpening as needed. Is that the right way to go? Especially since the lowered res image is being uploaded, not the full res which I am processing? And that one loses quite a bit of the detail during downsizing. (And for clarification, when you say an image is "soft", that means it is under sharpened, correct?)

          Thanks!
          The only image you should be checking is the one you actually upload. How sharp the original (full-res) is or isn't is irrelevant. As for 'zooming in'.. I suggest editing your image at actual size, so there is no need to do so.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

            Overprocesed (editing halos), dirty, oversharpened.
            Did I do better on this one? Thanks!

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            • #36
              Originally posted by eurowing View Post

              Did I do better on this one? Thanks!

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              Would be acceptable for me.

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              • #37
                Great, thank you!

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