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  • #16
    Greetings! I'd like a prescreening for these photos. Click image for larger version

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
      Greetings! I'd like a prescreening for these photos.
      1. borderline contrast/oversharpened
      2. borderline heathaze/contrast/oversharpened
      3. heat haze, contrast, centering, dirty
      4. dirty, borderline dark/color
      5. borderline contrast

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      • #18
        Hi! I'm unsure about the contrast and horizon leveling for this one. I currently aligned the leveling with the runway markings. Do I need to rotate the picture a bit more counterclockwise?
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        • #19
          Good day! Just got a rejection of oversharpen and too much/little contrast for this one. Any recommendations, and does it worth an appeal?
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          • #20
            Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
            Good day! Just got a rejection of oversharpen and too much/little contrast for this one. Any recommendations, and does it worth an appeal?
            Sharpening is borderline, but contrast is too low. As such not really worth an appeal.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

              Sharpening is borderline, but contrast is too low. As such not really worth an appeal.
              Much appreciated for the feedback. I reworked the photo, along with some prior shots, and I'd like a prescreening for these. Click image for larger version

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post

                Much appreciated for the feedback. I reworked the photo, along with some prior shots, and I'd like a prescreening for these.
                1. borderline contrast
                2. soft, overprocessed, borderline centering
                3. vignetting, borderline soft/centering
                4. soft, vignetting
                5. contrast

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                  1. borderline contrast
                  2. soft, overprocessed, borderline centering
                  3. vignetting, borderline soft/centering
                  4. soft, vignetting
                  5. contrast
                  Good to know it. I further increased the contrast for 1 and reworked 4 for sharpening. I'd like to know if they're fine now. Click image for larger version

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post

                    Good to know it. I further increased the contrast for 1 and reworked 4 for sharpening. I'd like to know if they're fine now. Click image for larger version

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                    Both still borderline, but would be ok for me.

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                    • #25
                      Greetings! I'd like a prescreen for these photos. 5 is my first attempt on night photos, and I'd like to know potential improvements on processing. Click image for larger version

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
                        Greetings! I'd like a prescreen for these photos. 5 is my first attempt on night photos, and I'd like to know potential improvements on processing.
                        1. borderline soft/contrast/overexposed
                        2. borderline contrast
                        3. ok for me
                        4. soft/contrast
                        5. soft/blurry, noisy

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                          1. borderline soft/contrast/overexposed
                          2. borderline contrast
                          3. ok for me
                          4. soft/contrast
                          5. soft/blurry, noisy
                          Much obliged. I reworked 2 and 4, and I'd like them prescreened along with other three.
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                          • #28
                            [QUOTE=Knight Hammer;n1111846]
                            Much obliged. I reworked 2 and 4, and I'd like them prescreened along with other three./QUOTE]

                            Still borderline contrast on first, and last looks a bit blurry in places, but the rest would be ok for me.

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                            • #29

                              Greetings! I'd like a prescreening for these photos.
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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
                                Greetings! I'd like a prescreening for these photos.
                                There are issues with color (too yellow), noise, (lack of) contrast, and (over)exposure.

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