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    Hello everybody, took this one yesterday, after working on the exposure and contrast levels this was the result, it seems a bit oversaturated and fake even though i didn't add any saturation or vibration, do you guys have any idea of what else i could do with this picture in terms of processing and editing?

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  • #2
    It's backlit, so it would be rejected anyway...

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    • #3
      Originally posted by trenchjp View Post
      Hello everybody, took this one yesterday, after working on the exposure and contrast levels this was the result, it seems a bit oversaturated and fake even though i didn't add any saturation or vibration, do you guys have any idea of what else i could do with this picture in terms of processing and editing?

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      Image is soft, dark, and as Tomasz pointed out, backlit. Won't be able to edit this one for acceptance.

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      • #4
        NEW - Pre-Screening request: Noise reduction was added, so does it look a little soft? Contrast and exposure level looks ok to me but idk.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by trenchjp View Post
          NEW - Pre-Screening request: Noise reduction was added, so does it look a little soft? Contrast and exposure level looks ok to me but idk.
          Would be rejected for soft/blurry and contrast. Not fixable.

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          • #6
            editing advice

            too much noise?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by trenchjp View Post
              editing advice

              too much noise?
              Too much noise, soft, blurry, strong yellow tint, editing halos, poor contrast.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                Too much noise, soft, blurry, strong yellow tint, editing halos, poor contrast.
                Can all of this be fixed with a better re-editing?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by trenchjp View Post

                  Can all of this be fixed with a better re-editing?
                  No.

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                  • #10
                    Editing advice and question about validity.

                    Is this one acceptable? First time flying in my airport so she received a water salute, i've never seen this types os pics on the platform, can they get approved? Further more, how can i improve the image? How contrast and exposure seems like?

                    PS: When i attached it on the post the quality dropped a bit.


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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by trenchjp View Post
                      Editing advice and question about validity.

                      Is this one acceptable? First time flying in my airport so she received a water salute, i've never seen this types os pics on the platform, can they get approved? Further more, how can i improve the image? How contrast and exposure seems like?

                      PS: When i attached it on the post the quality dropped a bit.


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                      This would be rejected for soft, noise, compression, and contrast. You will either to improve either your photographic technique or your equipment, and editing will not do much to fix this.

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                      • #12
                        1) Thoughts on processing?
                        2) Too sharp?

                        Trying to improve my photographic technique.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by trenchjp View Post
                          1) Thoughts on processing?
                          2) Too sharp?

                          Trying to improve my photographic technique.
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                          Both images are blurry, noisy, and have very poor contrast. As such, sharpening and processing are mostly irrelevant.

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                          • #14
                            Guess i'll have to buy a better camera to be accepted, thanks for sparing your time analyzing my photos.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by trenchjp View Post
                              Guess i'll have to buy a better camera to be accepted, thanks for sparing your time analyzing my photos.
                              Not sure it's the camera the issue so much as the shooting conditions. A dull, overcast day like that is never going to give you the best results.

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