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  • #31
    Hi,

    Would you please prescreen the following images?
    No.5 is a special guest in MUC but light conditions were unfortunately miserable...
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    Thank you!
    Best regards, ms

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    • #32
      Originally posted by ms spot View Post
      Hi,

      Would you please prescreen the following images?
      No.5 is a special guest in MUC but light conditions were unfortunately miserable...
      Click image for larger version

Name:	IMG_21new13.jpg
Views:	144
Size:	388.4 KB
ID:	1103868Click image for larger version

Name:	IMG_20new53.JPG
Views:	143
Size:	405.3 KB
ID:	1103869Click image for larger version

Name:	IMG_20new39.JPG
Views:	140
Size:	389.6 KB
ID:	1103870Click image for larger version

Name:	IMG_20new76.jpg
Views:	139
Size:	380.9 KB
ID:	1103871Click image for larger version

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ID:	1103872
      Thank you!
      Best regards, ms
      1-4. borderline soft/harsh contrast
      5. dark/contrast. not fixable.

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      • #33
        Thank you!
        I have chosen 3 pictures for re-editing (I have increased sharpening and decreased contrast but hopefully not too much or too little ), are these versions better now or are there still any issues?
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        Thanks for your advice,
        Regards, ms

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        • #34
          Originally posted by ms spot View Post
          Thank you!
          I have chosen 3 pictures for re-editing (I have increased sharpening and decreased contrast but hopefully not too much or too little ), are these versions better now or are there still any issues?
          Click image for larger version

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ID:	1103927Click image for larger version

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ID:	1103928Click image for larger version

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          Thanks for your advice,
          Regards, ms
          1. ok for me
          2-3. borderline soft

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          • #35
            Thanks,
            What do you think about the following picture:
            Is it fixable?
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            Regards

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            • #36
              Originally posted by ms spot View Post
              Thanks,
              What do you think about the following picture:
              Is it fixable?
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              Regards
              no chance: backlit, too dark and blurry
              My photos on Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/geridominguez

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              • #37
                Hi,
                Today I went out planespotting in SZG because of some special visitors.
                Would you please prescreen the following pictures:

                Click image for larger version  Name:	IMG_22new87.JPG Views:	0 Size:	534.8 KB ID:	1104383Click image for larger version  Name:	IMG_23new35.JPG Views:	0 Size:	554.9 KB ID:	1104384 Click image for larger version  Name:	IMG_22new40.JPG Views:	0 Size:	531.3 KB ID:	1104386
                Thank you

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                  Hi,
                  Today I went out planespotting in SZG because of some special visitors.
                  Would you please prescreen the following pictures:

                  Click image for larger version Name:	IMG_22new87.JPG Views:	0 Size:	534.8 KB ID:	1104383Click image for larger version Name:	IMG_23new35.JPG Views:	0 Size:	554.9 KB ID:	1104384 Click image for larger version Name:	IMG_22new40.JPG Views:	0 Size:	531.3 KB ID:	1104386
                  Thank you
                  Poor light on all of these. #3 has cropping issues as well, but might be fixable with a better edit/different frame.

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                  • #39
                    Thanks for the advice!

                    The first two are not fixable, right?

                    I have re-edited a similar image to the one I posted before:
                    Which version is better?
                    On what should I improve in order to make it acceptable?
                    Click image for larger version  Name:	IMG_22new39.JPG Views:	0 Size:	516.4 KB ID:	1104408
                    It's an important picture for me so I'll try to fix this though I'm not the best at editing.
                    Regards

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                      Thanks for the advice!

                      The first two are not fixable, right?
                      Most likely not.

                      Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                      I have re-edited a similar image to the one I posted before:
                      Which version is better?
                      This one is a bit worse. The only way you'll get it to work is if you have a frame where there is no bright spot in the sky. The image overall needs brightening, which simply can't be done if part of the sky is already blown out.

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                      • #41
                        Hi,

                        Thanks a lot for the advice, I think I can see what you mean...
                        It is unfortunately nearly impossible to crop the image so that the bright spot is away and having a ratio of 16:9
                        In spite of that, I have tried it with a similar picture:
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                        I have reduced the spot with a different frame, but I do not entirely know if it's significantly better...

                        I also had another idea: Why not using the RAW- picture and trying to edit it?
                        I have not worked with RAW-Pictures so far as I thought it would be very difficult. However, after having watched some videos, this is my final result:
                        I am not sure if it's better but in my opinion the image is brighter and the spot is less visible.

                        Click image for larger version

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                        Maybe it is better to work with this one...

                        What do you think about this "new" versions?
                        Which improvements can be still done?

                        Thank you for taking your time!
                        Best regards, ms

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                          Hi,

                          Thanks a lot for the advice, I think I can see what you mean...
                          It is unfortunately nearly impossible to crop the image so that the bright spot is away and having a ratio of 16:9
                          In spite of that, I have tried it with a similar picture:
                          Click image for larger version Name:	IMG_22best38.JPG Views:	0 Size:	536.7 KB ID:	1104470
                          I have reduced the spot with a different frame, but I do not entirely know if it's significantly better...

                          I also had another idea: Why not using the RAW- picture and trying to edit it?
                          I have not worked with RAW-Pictures so far as I thought it would be very difficult. However, after having watched some videos, this is my final result:
                          I am not sure if it's better but in my opinion the image is brighter and the spot is less visible.

                          Click image for larger version

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Views:	104
Size:	560.8 KB
ID:	1104473
                          Maybe it is better to work with this one...

                          What do you think about this "new" versions?
                          Which improvements can be still done?

                          Thank you for taking your time!
                          Best regards, ms
                          Both still poor contrast, though you would have a better chance with the second one. If it were me, I wouldn't bother, but the worst that will happen if you try and submit that one is a rejection, so..

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                          • #43
                            Thank you!
                            If everything apart from the contrast is ok, I'll try it...

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                            • #44
                              One last request:
                              I have tried to edit picture one from my earlier post in the same way.
                              Does the image have a higher chance of acceptance now?
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                              Thanks!

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                                One last request:
                                I have tried to edit picture one from my earlier post in the same way.
                                Does the image have a higher chance of acceptance now?
                                Click image for larger version Name:	IMG_23nwe35..jpg Views:	0 Size:	561.0 KB ID:	1104538
                                Thanks!
                                Would be rejected for soft/blurry, and contrast.

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