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  • TheBoeing747 - Prescreening advice

    Hello fellow spotters! This is my first post on the forums so please be gentle

    I have a question regarding the centering of an aircraft in my photos. I took a photo of N795HTs arrival today and have been wondering whether it would be better to center it based on the tip of the snorkel to the top of the rotor or just center it based from the wheel to the rotor (completely ignoring the snorkel). I tried looking through other examples of Skycrane photos but am still confused on which one would be better in the end. I will share my two examples of it (and if there are any other changes needed please share)

    Happy spotting!

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    Originally posted by TheBoeing747 View Post
    Hello fellow spotters! This is my first post on the forums so please be gentle

    I have a question regarding the centering of an aircraft in my photos. I took a photo of N795HTs arrival today and have been wondering whether it would be better to center it based on the tip of the snorkel to the top of the rotor or just center it based from the wheel to the rotor (completely ignoring the snorkel). I tried looking through other examples of Skycrane photos but am still confused on which one would be better in the end. I will share my two examples of it (and if there are any other changes needed please share)

    Happy spotting!

    Click image for larger version

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ID:	1102090Click image for larger version

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    Bottom one is better. Center on fuselage, ignore the hose/snorkel.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

      Bottom one is better. Center on fuselage, ignore the hose/snorkel.
      Alright thank you! I figured that is what would be best but its good to clarify.

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      • #4
        Hello everyone! I am back with another prescreening request. I have this photo that I am currently stuck between whether it is backlit/top lit or would be borderline front lit. Based on the fuselage it looks top lit but based on the tail it looks front lit to me and I wanted a second opinion. As always I am looking for advice on further editing if needed! Thanks everyone. Click image for larger version

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        • #5
          Originally posted by TheBoeing747 View Post
          Hello everyone! I am back with another prescreening request. I have this photo that I am currently stuck between whether it is backlit/top lit or would be borderline front lit. Based on the fuselage it looks top lit but based on the tail it looks front lit to me and I wanted a second opinion. As always I am looking for advice on further editing if needed! Thanks everyone. Click image for larger version

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          Not quite backlit. Other than that can't comment since it is not the final image you will upload.

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