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  • #76
    I don't know how you define "right out of the camera" but it was, like I stated, my photo to start. I also have the 6000px version, but I can't show it in the forum (complicatons with loading the file).
    I suppose you are an expert in photography so I entirely trust in what you say.

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    • #77
      Originally posted by ms spot View Post
      The first edit based on the 2400pix JPEG file (which is original) and the second on the 6000pix CR3 file (which is also original)
      I hoped I could avoid the softness by starting with the CR3 file.
      You're still missing the point. If the jpeg were 'original' it too should be 6000pix. This tells me you are not producing full-resolution out of your camera to work with, which doesn't matter in this case since the quality is already terrible, but assuming you are able to improve the quality in the future, this will be another hinderance.

      Originally posted by LX-A343 View Post

      I doubt, the 2400px is right out of the camera. The photo does not even have EXIF infos.
      The forum doesn't support exif on attachments, so no photo posted here will.

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      • #78
        Hi, my jpeg pictures are now also 6000:4000. There was a setting in which I could choose different types of jpeg pictures with different resolutions in the camera menu. I have never been aware of how the resolution can affect the quality of the pictures, so many thanks for your help.

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        • #79
          Hello,
          today I have taken some images in the cold winter sun...
          Would you please tell me, if they are acceptable and if not, why they would be rejected and if they are fixable.
          I personally really like nr.1 and if this would be acceptable I'd would be happy if you told me how I can make this picture "great" as I don't know how to create an "artistic" photo
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          Thank you very much!
          Best regards, ms

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          • #80
            Originally posted by ms spot View Post
            Hello,
            today I have taken some images in the cold winter sun...
            Would you please tell me, if they are acceptable and if not, why they would be rejected and if they are fixable.
            I personally really like nr.1 and if this would be acceptable I'd would be happy if you told me how I can make this picture "great" as I don't know how to create an "artistic" photo
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            Thank you very much!
            Best regards, ms
            1) Borderline, maybe you add a bit of contrast
            2-4) OK for me
            5) lacks contrast
            My photos on Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/geridominguez

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            • #81
              Hi,
              Do the following pictures have a chance of acceptance?
              I have tried to adjust contrast and brightening but I'm not sure whether they are fixable or not.
              Of course, these are to different aircrafts (A7-ALE and A7-ALG).
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              Thank you!

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              • #82
                Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                Hi,
                Do the following pictures have a chance of acceptance?
                I have tried to adjust contrast and brightening but I'm not sure whether they are fixable or not.
                Of course, these are to different aircrafts (A7-ALE and A7-ALG).
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                Thank you!
                Awkward crop of the tail on the first, and soft/borderline contrast on second.

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                • #83
                  Hello,
                  I would like to know if this picture has a chance of getting accepted and if it is fixable.
                  Main concerns are contrast/colour/cut off

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                  Thank you!

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                  • #84
                    Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                    Hello,
                    I would like to know if this picture has a chance of getting accepted and if it is fixable.
                    Main concerns are contrast/colour/cut off

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                    Thank you!
                    Cropping is borderline, but the real killer is, as you expected, the lack of contrast and underexposure.
                    My photos on Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/geridominguez

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                    • #85
                      Hello, is this photo acceptable although it's not centred?
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                      • #86
                        Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                        Hello, is this photo acceptable although it's not centred?
                        Centering would be ok for me, though I couldn't promise the same for everyone.

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                        • #87
                          Thank you!

                          I have found some pictures taken with my old (Canon Powershot) camera and tryed to edit them properly. Could you please have a look at them and tell me if they are acceptable or improvable?
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                          Thanks and regards

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                          • #88
                            Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                            Thank you!

                            I have found some pictures taken with my old (Canon Powershot) camera and tryed to edit them properly. Could you please have a look at them and tell me if they are acceptable or improvable?
                            Click image for larger version

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Views:	17
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ID:	1110260Click image for larger version

Name:	IMG_35newk96 (4).JPG
Views:	15
Size:	632.6 KB
ID:	1110261Click image for larger version

Name:	IMG_46newd57.JPG
Views:	13
Size:	577.5 KB
ID:	1110262Click image for larger version

Name:	IMG_15news03.JPG
Views:	16
Size:	524.9 KB
ID:	1110263

                            Thanks and regards
                            1. borderline compression
                            2. overexposed
                            3-4. soft, contrast

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