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  • Originally posted by LewisW295 View Post
    Good Evening,

    Taking a stab back through my first few photos. Concerned about softness on the first and motive/distance/softness on the 2nd.I have tried to frame the 2nd image in a slightly different manner to capture the wing vortex/vortices and add some movement to the photo. If these would be classed as the same phase, please can I have feedback for the first image and not the second (I'm under the impression these are different phases of the flight).
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    1. obstruction/vignetting. looks like fence through part of the frame.
    2. too far, dark/backlit, noisy

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      Can I get some feedback on this image? Trying a new workflow but really not sure if it's an improved one or not! Edit: Wrong file.

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      • Originally posted by LewisW295 View Post
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        Can I get some feedback on this image? Trying a new workflow but really not sure if it's an improved one or not! Edit: Wrong file.
        Image is heat hazed. Not fixable.

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        • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

          Image is heat hazed. Not fixable.
          ... How the hell did I miss that. Sorry bud! That'll teach me to rush.

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          • Evening again, I've tried this new workflow on this image which I couldn't get to feel right in LR. Any feedback on the image would be appreciated Click image for larger version

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            • Originally posted by LewisW295 View Post
              Evening again, I've tried this new workflow on this image which I couldn't get to feel right in LR. Any feedback on the image would be appreciated Click image for larger version

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              Noisy and highlights close to being clipped though I'd probably be more concerned about the former.

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              • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                Noisy and highlights close to being clipped though I'd probably be more concerned about the former.
                Noise I can sort out but with the highlights, is it the daylight in the hangar door or are the whites on the aircraft too bright? Apologies for the daft question mate.

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                • Originally posted by LewisW295 View Post

                  Noise I can sort out but with the highlights, is it the daylight in the hangar door or are the whites on the aircraft too bright?
                  Yes, that is contributing to the contrast/exposure issue. Not sure it's bad enough to cause a rejection.

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                  • Good Evening,

                    Would this be a contrast rejection? Black aircraft with a deathly white sky.... worst part was that it was blue skies less than 5 minutes after this shot

                    I also have this shot of G-JRHH. Now, I had discarded this one previously but I'm curious if the new work flow (blowing it up with super resolution before resizing) has made it sharp enough for JP? Click image for larger version

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                    • Originally posted by LewisW295 View Post
                      Good Evening,

                      Would this be a contrast rejection?
                      Yes.

                      Originally posted by LewisW295 View Post
                      I also have this shot of G-JRHH. Now, I had discarded this one previously but I'm curious if the new work flow (blowing it up with super resolution before resizing) has made it sharp enough for JP?
                      It has not.

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                      • Good Evening all!

                        2 (possibly 3?) I'd like some thoughts on. First up, a BA Cityflyer. Slightly concerned about sharpness and level (which I don't have a good eye for). The 2nd, a taxiing image of a Hawker. On this one, I'm concerned about contrast. Lastly, the same Hawker departing shortly afterwards. Would this be classed as same even though it's a different phase of the flight? If it is, then please ignore image 3. If not, then sharpness, specifically around the reg is concerning. The jetwash seems to of "bent" it slightly but not sure if this would class as haze or not?

                        Thanks in advance!

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                        • Originally posted by LewisW295 View Post
                          Good Evening all!

                          2 (possibly 3?) I'd like some thoughts on. First up, a BA Cityflyer. Slightly concerned about sharpness and level (which I don't have a good eye for). The 2nd, a taxiing image of a Hawker. On this one, I'm concerned about contrast. Lastly, the same Hawker departing shortly afterwards. Would this be classed as same even though it's a different phase of the flight? If it is, then please ignore image 3. If not, then sharpness, specifically around the reg is concerning. The jetwash seems to of "bent" it slightly but not sure if this would class as haze or not?

                          Thanks in advance!
                          All images have poor contrast and haze affecting the quality. Do not think they are fixable.

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                          • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                            All images have poor contrast and haze affecting the quality. Do not think they are fixable.
                            In regards to the haze, what's the telltale way of seeing this? Try as I might, I genuinely can't see the haze on 1 & 2. With the Cityflyer, I can see the jet blast from the engines but I assume this is not what you mean by haze?

                            Would the contrast on these two be better? Click image for larger version

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                            • Originally posted by LewisW295 View Post

                              In regards to the haze, what's the telltale way of seeing this? Try as I might, I genuinely can't see the haze on 1 & 2. With the Cityflyer, I can see the jet blast from the engines but I assume this is not what you mean by haze?
                              Jet wash/blast and heat haze are two different things. Extremely strong on third image, not too noticeable on the second, and moderately strong on the first. Noticeable when straight lines are distorted instead of being straight.

                              [/QUOTE]Would the contrast on these two be better?[/QUOTE]

                              It would not.

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                              • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
                                Would the contrast on these two be better?[/QUOTE]

                                It would not.[/QUOTE]

                                Thank you for the haze explanation. That gives me something to consider going forward into the summer months.

                                With the contrast on the last two, is this a fixable "messed it up in post" rejection? The weather and lighting conditions were good on the day so I must admit, I wasn't expecting a contrast issue. Any advice on what I should be looking for when it comes to contrast in fair weather? In post, I ensured that I balanced the histogram without blowing the colours.



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