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    Hello all. Recently I went spotting and got some decent shots. After editing and messing around with them they became pretty good. I just want to make sure before I post them to the queue that there is not anything I can do to make them better. Or if I should even post them at all. I’ve attached the 2 pictures below. N823AW and N660AW please open them in your browser to see the full quality
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    Hi, I am not a screener but from my point of view the photos are blurry, noisy, undersharpened. I think it is not possible to improve them to be accepted by JP.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Petr Simacek View Post
      Hi, I am not a screener but from my point of view the photos are blurry, noisy, undersharpened. I think it is not possible to improve them to be accepted by JP.
      Ok what would be a way to reduce the noise and burriness from my future photos? Is there a setting in my camera or an editing trick?

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      • #4
        To get photos which are not blurry try to use a higher shutter speed. To reduce noise try to use a lower ISO value. If you have sunny conditions then try F.8 and 1/500 sec. (or somewhere around those settings) ISO 100 or 200. That should be a starting point for you.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Pertonics View Post
          Hello all. Recently I went spotting and got some decent shots. After editing and messing around with them they became pretty good. I just want to make sure before I post them to the queue that there is not anything I can do to make them better. Or if I should even post them at all. I’ve attached the 2 pictures below. N823AW and N660AW please open them in your browser to see the full quality
          Hi, please read here when you get the chance, especially #6:

          https://forums.jetphotos.com/forum/a...ning-from-crew

          The two images you have posted cannot be uploaded to Jetphotos, so there is not much point in providing feedback on them.

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