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  • #16
    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Vignetting does not seem to be an issue, though the color could very well be.
    Eh, okay, that surprised me a bit honestly as the photo looks exactly like the real frame looked like when I was taking it - the sky was very dull and grey but I think it contrasts well with the plane so... what can I correct to make it acceptable?

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    • #17
      Originally posted by kubasamolot View Post

      Eh, okay, that surprised me a bit honestly as the photo looks exactly like the real frame looked like when I was taking it - the sky was very dull and grey but I think it contrasts well with the plane so... what can I correct to make it acceptable?
      Check the whitebalance. Seems a bit warm.

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      • #18
        Hello, I'd like to ask for advice about horizon in these three photos (I know they are pretty similar but each of them has a slightly different background so the points of reference when leveling the horizon are different). I'd also appreciate some feedback on the contrast in the second one (SF) - I'm not exactly sure how to deal with this light. I also hope sharpness is not an issue in any of the photos as I'd like to upload them in 1920px. I know there is slight vignetting and some dust spots, I'll deal with that when uploading them to the queue.

        Thanks,
        Kuba

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        • #19
          Originally posted by kubasamolot View Post
          Hello, I'd like to ask for advice about horizon in these three photos (I know they are pretty similar but each of them has a slightly different background so the points of reference when leveling the horizon are different). I'd also appreciate some feedback on the contrast in the second one (SF) - I'm not exactly sure how to deal with this light. I also hope sharpness is not an issue in any of the photos as I'd like to upload them in 1920px. I know there is slight vignetting and some dust spots, I'll deal with that when uploading them to the queue.
          Horizon and sharpness look acceptable to me.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

            Horizon and sharpness look acceptable to me.
            thanks

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