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  • Not a screener, but 2 & 3 would have problems with contrast and similar, 2 maybe borderline cutoff but probably just cutoff. 1 seems soft.

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    • Originally posted by LewisW295 View Post
      Good Evening!

      Can I get some feedback on the below images, especially for softness/contrast?

      Regarding image 2, I'm not overly convinced of it getting past contrast but if it does, would it be a motive issue or cutoff ?
      1. centering, soft, vignetting, dirty
      2. obstruction, contrast
      3. contrast

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      • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

        1. centering, soft, vignetting, dirty
        2. obstruction, contrast
        3. contrast
        2 & 3 - Thought they might not pass contrast so ta for confirming.

        But 1.....

        Can you please explain why it's dirty? Nothing stands out for me nor does the spot removal overlay display anything remotely suspicious on the full image.

        Also, vignetting. This image is not the full frame, it's cropped so I don't understand how vignetting has been introduced to the crop. I've had this before with cropped images getting vignetting so any ideas as to why it's appearing?

        Vignetting I presume is fixable with lens adjustments/manual changes but the dirty aspect concerns me most as I literally cannot see dirt spots anywhere on the image.

        Will re-centre the image and boost sharpness and see if that helps once I know the dirt issue

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        • Originally posted by LewisW295 View Post

          But 1.....

          Can you please explain why it's dirty? Nothing stands out for me nor does the spot removal overlay display anything remotely suspicious on the full image.
          Very big dust spot shown below. Click image for larger version

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          • Originally posted by MarkLawrence View Post

            Very big dust spot shown below. Click image for larger version

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            How did you manage to pull that out? Spot Removal in LRC is clear as a daisy for me Photoshop? If so, do you mind pointing me at a tutorial for the process?

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            • Originally posted by LewisW295 View Post

              How did you manage to pull that out? Spot Removal in LRC is clear as a daisy for me Photoshop? If so, do you mind pointing me at a tutorial for the process?
              Photoshop - right click on background layer, select duplicate layer, press enter to accept the name, then from the top menu, Image > Adjustment > Equalize and there you go - click on the background layer, use the healing tool to remove the dust spot and then delete the duplicated layer and then carry on with the rest of your processing.

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