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  • LewisW295
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Bad color due to the strong purple fringing/chromatic aberration, and yes too low.
    Ah! Right. Now that I can look into! Thanks buddy.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by LewisW295 View Post
    3. Is it a yellow cast on the image per chance? In regards to the centering, too low in the frame?
    Bad color due to the strong purple fringing/chromatic aberration, and yes too low.

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  • LewisW295
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    1. ok for me
    2. soft, color, noise, centering
    3. oversharpened, color, centering



    There is (was) a black bar at the bottom of the frame on both images.
    1. Thank you, will upload it and hope for a good result.
    2. I think this one might be scrapped as it may be blurry rather than soft. I'll take a look into it another time when I'm on the PC.
    3. Is it a yellow cast on the image per chance? In regards to the centering, too low in the frame?

    Again, thank you for taking the time to look at these images for me. It's appreciated

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  • dlowwa
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    1. ok for me
    2. soft, color, noise, centering
    3. oversharpened, color, centering

    Originally posted by LewisW295 View Post
    Also, could you expand slightly for me on the ratio issue if it pops up again? They should be exported as a long side of 1280 from my editor which auto adjusts the short side to keep the aspect.
    There is (was) a black bar at the bottom of the frame on both images.

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  • LewisW295
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    1. centering (too high), cropping/ratio, borderline soft/color
    2. centering, color, cropping/ratio
    Re-centered and cropped N142TW. By ratio, I'm unsure what I did to mess that one up!

    G-CEZI has also been recropped, adjusted and resharpened.

    And for good measure, a new shot.

    Also, could you expand slightly for me on the ratio issue if it pops up again? They should be exported as a long side of 1280 from my editor which auto adjusts the short side to keep the aspect.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by LewisW295 View Post
    Hi there,

    Lesson learnt the hard way, save your work before cropping it....

    Anyway, I have now taken a second look at N142TW and cleaned it and re-edited it. The PA28 has also been re-edited due to ballsing up the original crop.

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    1. centering (too high), cropping/ratio, borderline soft/color
    2. centering, color, cropping/ratio

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  • LewisW295
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    Hi there,

    Lesson learnt the hard way, save your work before cropping it....

    Anyway, I have now taken a second look at N142TW and cleaned it and re-edited it. The PA28 has also been re-edited due to ballsing up the original crop.

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  • LewisW295
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Sharpness is improved, but still too low in the frame. Some chromatic aberration is visible, but not sure it would be enough for a rejection.
    Correcting the crop shouldn't be too hard to do as I still have the original image. I'll go have another read of the cropping section in the sticky. The chromatic aberration will also get a look into and I'll see if I can correct it. Once I've made some changes tomorrow, I'll upload the re-edit.

    Thank you for the push towards getting myself onto the PC to do my editing. The difference between that and my mobile is phenomenal. I'm very grateful for the time you've spent looking at my photos recently.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by LewisW295 View Post
    Hi there,

    Managed to get myself onto a PC to attempt a re-edit of image 1. As soon as I got onto a PC I could see exactly what you meant about soft images. Not sure if I've made this better or worse. All I know is I'm starting over now with learning on PC instead. Hopefully a bit of improvement. Click image for larger version

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    Sharpness is improved, but still too low in the frame. Some chromatic aberration is visible, but not sure it would be enough for a rejection.

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  • LewisW295
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    Hi there,

    Managed to get myself onto a PC to attempt a re-edit of image 1. As soon as I got onto a PC I could see exactly what you meant about soft images. Not sure if I've made this better or worse. All I know is I'm starting over now with learning on PC instead. Hopefully a bit of improvement. Click image for larger version

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  • LewisW295
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Sorry, not even close to being sharp. I wouldn't bother uploading until you are able to edit/check the images on a proper monitor. As such, there is no sense in prescreening them either.
    Okay, advice taken on in regards to getting my editing done on a PC instead. I've gone back and revisited each of those images and increased the sharpening and noise reduction. To be honest, I can see a massive difference versus what I originally uploaded and thought was sharp vs how these are appearing now in LR. It's especially noticeable now when I zoom in along sections.

    I'll spend a bit more time on the other photo which I haven't uploaded to see if there's a marked improvement.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by LewisW295 View Post

    That might well be the problem. I'm editing through mobile in Lightroom as the PC doesn't have a working memory card reader. On mobile these come out quite sharply.
    Sorry, not even close to being sharp. I wouldn't bother uploading until you are able to edit/check the images on a proper monitor. As such, there is no sense in prescreening them either.

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  • LewisW295
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    1. soft/blurry, centering
    2. soft, noise, contrast, dirty
    3. soft/blurry, horizon, contrast
    4. soft/blurry, noise, contrast, color, centering, vignetting

    All of these images are extremely soft or blurry. If you haven't been able to pick up on that, might want to check your monitor settings.
    That might well be the problem. I'm editing through mobile in Lightroom as the PC doesn't have a working memory card reader. On mobile these come out quite sharply.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by LewisW295 View Post
    Hi there, thank you for your response to the last few questions I had.

    In exchange, I have 4 for pre-screening if you don't mind?

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    1. soft/blurry, centering
    2. soft, noise, contrast, dirty
    3. soft/blurry, horizon, contrast
    4. soft/blurry, noise, contrast, color, centering, vignetting

    All of these images are extremely soft or blurry. If you haven't been able to pick up on that, might want to check your monitor settings.

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  • LewisW295
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    Hi there, thank you for your response to the last few questions I had.

    In exchange, I have 4 for pre-screening if you don't mind?

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