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    hi all;

    first of all, i am.Nikon D5200 user. Well, the question I want to ask is the halo occurance on the plane against my will.

    The photo I took is F7.1 / 800 and iso: 100.

    I could not solve the problem of halo occurrence in photos that were taken in full manual.mode no editing was done on it.

    I am waiting for help on the subject


    https://hizliresim.com/yWf9wk

    https://hizliresim.com/R54E9u

  • #2
    D5200*

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    • #3
      Hi Kayra,
      try turn off Active D-Lighting and have Picture Control at Standard (SD).
      Regards AKH

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      • #4
        Thank You Bro

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        • #5
          Originally posted by AKH View Post
          Hi Kayra,
          try turn off Active D-Lighting and have Picture Control at Standard (SD).
          Regards AKH
          Hi AKH,

          Does Picture Control Neutral (NL) also cause halos? I'm currently using this picture control on my D5600.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Svenson Liew View Post

            Hi AKH,

            Does Picture Control Neutral (NL) also cause halos? I'm currently using this picture control on my D5600.
            No, I don't think so

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            • #7
              Well...I can only say about the settings of my camera. I have Picture Control at Standard, but amended all settings of the standard mode to zero (sharpening, contract, brightness,...).
              The Neutral Mode may reduce the saturation and contrast a bit, so that you can later amend on the computer.
              However, I think Active D-Lighting is the main issue. For the B732 recently shown in my pre-screen chain, D-Lighting was on, what caused the major halos.

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              • #8
                From my screening experience, D-Lighting on Nikons is one of the biggest causes of halos when shooting aircraft, especially against blue sky. It seems to cause a massive dark halo across the top of the fuselage. Make sure you set it to off if you have a Nikon. Best of all, shoot raw and ignore the internal settings which determine how your jpg comes out.

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