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  • #16
    Originally posted by RainHung View Post

    I see... So like I have picked the wrong time or spot for spotting? In this case I use quite a long focal length (~400mm and possibly not the best aperture settings) and not really a good timing for the minimal heat haze.
    Correct. Distance, time of day, and atmospheric conditions need to be considered to ensure the best results.

    Originally posted by RainHung View Post
    And I try to sharpen the fuselage a bit more, change to 1200px and reduce the noise to see whether there is any improvement.
    Noise is less noticeable at this resolution, but this would be rejected for soft/heat haze and dirty.

    Originally posted by RainHung View Post
    Also this one please, thanks
    This one would be rejected for cut off, contrast, and soft.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

      This one would be rejected for cut off, contrast, and soft.
      I 'm not sure whether these problem are fixable but I tried fixing using re-cropping tuning some contrast and selective sharpening. Please take a look which one is better and have fixed the problems. Thanks

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      • #18
        Originally posted by RainHung View Post

        I 'm not sure whether these problem are fixable but I tried fixing using re-cropping tuning some contrast and selective sharpening. Please take a look which one is better and have fixed the problems. Thanks
        These images are similar, and all have poor contrast.

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        • #19
          I would like to ask for advice for this photo, thank you very much! Click image for larger version

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          • #20
            Originally posted by RainHung View Post
            I would like to ask for advice for this photo, thank you very much!
            Soft and borderline contrast.

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