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    Firstly, I appreciate your time, these are from my 2nd spotting trip, and am looking for editing advice and whether I should upload or keep it for myself. I have attached the images below. Thank You.
    I know the Broncos Q400 is a very long shot, but I would like to learn how to improve.
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  • #2
    Originally posted by neshk16 View Post
    Firstly, I appreciate your time, these are from my 2nd spotting trip, and am looking for editing advice and whether I should upload or keep it for myself. I have attached the images below. Thank You.
    I know the Broncos Q400 is a very long shot, but I would like to learn how to improve.
    None of these would be acceptable. It might be a good idea to browse the DB for similar images to what you hope to upload to get an idea of what kind of crop/centering/etc. we might accept. If you would like I can give more detailed critiques I'd be more than happy to, but it won't be pretty..

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    • #3
      Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

      None of these would be acceptable. It might be a good idea to browse the DB for similar images to what you hope to upload to get an idea of what kind of crop/centering/etc. we might accept. If you would like I can give more detailed critiques I'd be more than happy to, but it won't be pretty..
      I definitely would appreciate the critique!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by neshk16 View Post

        I definitely would appreciate the critique!
        Since you ask for it..

        1. too far, centering, overexposed, oversharpened
        2. too far, centering, blurry, horizon, overexposed, oversharpened
        3. obstruction, cut off, overexposed, oversharpened
        4. centering, cut off, oversharpened
        5. too far, centering, cut off, backlit, horizon, oversharpened, blurry, contrast

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        • #5
          Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

          Since you ask for it..

          1. too far, centering, overexposed, oversharpened
          2. too far, centering, blurry, horizon, overexposed, oversharpened
          3. obstruction, cut off, overexposed, oversharpened
          4. centering, cut off, oversharpened
          5. too far, centering, cut off, backlit, horizon, oversharpened, blurry, contrast
          I appreciate it, centering and horizon are reoccurring issues for me.

          I would like some advice on the ones below. Please do not hesitate to give me the truth, I would like to learn.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by neshk16 View Post

            I appreciate it, centering and horizon are reoccurring issues for me.

            I would like some advice on the ones below. Please do not hesitate to give me the truth, I would like to learn.
            1. cannot comment since you cannot upload images at this resolution
            2. centering, overexposed, oversharpened, color

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            • #7
              Click image for larger version  Name:	IMG_5836[1].jpg Views:	0 Size:	448.1 KB ID:	1107805 I request your opinion on the attached images, is the Horizon Q400 to far right in the frame? I think it's a bit too blurry as well, but never hurts to get a second opinion. Thank you for your time. Click image for larger version  Name:	IMG_5813[1].jpg Views:	0 Size:	573.8 KB ID:	1107804

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              • #8
                Originally posted by neshk16 View Post
                Click image for larger version Name:	IMG_5836[1].jpg Views:	0 Size:	448.1 KB ID:	1107805 I request your opinion on the attached images, is the Horizon Q400 to far right in the frame? I think it's a bit too blurry as well, but never hurts to get a second opinion. Thank you for your time. Click image for larger version Name:	IMG_5813[1].jpg Views:	0 Size:	573.8 KB ID:	1107804
                1. too far, centering, blurry, horizon, overexposed, oversharpened
                2. soft, centering

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                  1. too far, centering, blurry, horizon, overexposed, oversharpened
                  2. soft, centering
                  Do you mind explaining more on number 2, on the centering? Is it too low, too high etc

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by neshk16 View Post

                    Do you mind explaining more on number 2, on the centering? Is it too low, too high etc
                    Well, to start with there's a huge gap on the right compared to the tiny one on the left.. you can't see that?

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                    Also too low in the frame, but you'd need to at least fix the L-R centering first.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                      Well, to start with there's a huge gap on the right compared to the tiny one on the left.. you can't see that?

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                      Also too low in the frame, but you'd need to at least fix the L-R centering first.
                      Is this crop any better, sharpened a little more as well.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by neshk16 View Post
                        Is this crop any better, sharpened a little more as well.
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                        L-R framing is ok, but still much too low, as I indicated. Tail is soft, if not blurry. If the latter, it is likely not fixable.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                          L-R framing is ok, but still much too low, as I indicated. Tail is soft, if not blurry. If the latter, it is likely not fixable.
                          I think the tail is blurry sadly. I have seen a few shots on the DB like below, so I was wondering what you think of it. Click image for larger version

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by neshk16 View Post

                            I think the tail is blurry sadly. I have seen a few shots on the DB like below, so I was wondering what you think of it. Click image for larger version

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                            Oversharpened, overexposed, purple fringing, and poor crop of the winglet.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                              Oversharpened, overexposed, purple fringing, and poor crop of the winglet.
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