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  • #46
    Originally posted by AB_Siddique View Post
    Hi dlowwa,
    requesting another set of photos for prescreeining. Please suggest me particular problems to overcome. Thanks in advance for your time.
    Borderline heat haze/sharpening issues for all of them; 3 and 5 also have horizon and contrast issues, the latter of which is not fixable.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

      Borderline heat haze/sharpening issues for all of them; 3 and 5 also have horizon and contrast issues, the latter of which is not fixable.
      Noted with thanks

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      • #48
        Dlowwa, asking your help. I really want to find and understand my post process problems. I shoot raw. After transfer in camera raw, for this one photo-
        1. Lens correction and Sharpen.
        2. Increased exposer, contrast, vibrancy.
        3. applied dehaze.
        after opening in Ps, just resize to 1280x720 and applied USM.

        would you please suggest me some post processing guidelines I can use positively...
        Thanks in advance


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        • #49
          Originally posted by AB_Siddique View Post
          Dlowwa, asking your help. I really want to find and understand my post process problems. I shoot raw. After transfer in camera raw, for this one photo-
          1. Lens correction and Sharpen.
          2. Increased exposer, contrast, vibrancy.
          3. applied dehaze.
          after opening in Ps, just resize to 1280x720 and applied USM.

          would you please suggest me some post processing guidelines I can use positively...
          Don't touch vibrancy/dehaze (they should be set to 0). Those two settings often cause overprocessed rejections, and the washed out contrast seen in your images.

          Otherwise workflows will be different for each person, and each image. More than editing, I think the conditions (heat haze, hazy skies) might be affecting the quality of your images.

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          • #50
            Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

            Don't touch vibrancy/dehaze (they should be set to 0). Those two settings often cause overprocessed rejections, and the washed out contrast seen in your images.

            Otherwise workflows will be different for each person, and each image. More than editing, I think the conditions (heat haze, hazy skies) might be affecting the quality of your images.
            Thankyou dlowwa. Ok, will try the suggestions of you. Yes the natural sky is not good in VGHS as another terminal construction on going.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

              Don't touch vibrancy/dehaze (they should be set to 0). Those two settings often cause overprocessed rejections, and the washed out contrast seen in your images.

              Otherwise workflows will be different for each person, and each image. More than editing, I think the conditions (heat haze, hazy skies) might be affecting the quality of your images.
              Good day dear. Tried to follow your previous suggestions. Would you please have a look to this one, if it improved...? Touched nothing just shapen and increased exposer, and color profile to as camera.

              Thanks in advance.



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              • #52
                Originally posted by AB_Siddique View Post

                Good day dear. Tried to follow your previous suggestions. Would you please have a look to this one, if it improved...? Touched nothing just shapen and increased exposer, and color profile to as camera.
                Borderline overexposed, and there are some sharpening artefacts visible, though can't really tell if they are due to heat haze or bad editing.

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                  Borderline overexposed, and there are some sharpening artefacts visible, though can't really tell if they are due to heat haze or bad editing.
                  Can i try and give this one once again please? If you agree. I am thinking that one photo I have to understand the perimeters. One ok, then i can follow that keeping in mind...

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by AB_Siddique View Post

                    Can i try and give this one once again please? If you agree. I am thinking that one photo I have to understand the perimeters. One ok, then i can follow that keeping in mind...
                    Can you show a 100% crop so we can see if the quality is actually there?

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                    • #55
                      Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                      Can you show a 100% crop so we can see if the quality is actually there?
                      Hello. didn't knew how to do that. here giving 100% crop of actual sized image (no resize and crop)
                      feeling very distressed anyway :'(


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                      And according to previous suggestion , Reduced the exposure and sharpen from raw file.


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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by AB_Siddique View Post
                        Hello. didn't knew how to do that. here giving 100% crop of actual sized image (no resize and crop)
                        feeling very distressed anyway :'(
                        Thanks, that's what I needed to see. Basically the quality is poor enough that if it were mine, I probably wouldn't bother trying to edit/upload it. The front end is quite soft, almost blurry. To compare, here is a 100% cropped shot of mine at a similar angle:

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                        Originally posted by AB_Siddique View Post
                        And according to previous suggestion , Reduced the exposure and sharpen from raw file.
                        Again, that softness/heat haze is still noticeable, especially towards the nose.

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                        • #57
                          Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                          Thanks, that's what I needed to see. Basically the quality is poor enough that if it were mine, I probably wouldn't bother trying to edit/upload it. The front end is quite soft, almost blurry. To compare, here is a 100% cropped shot of mine at a similar angle:

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                          Again, that softness/heat haze is still noticeable, especially towards the nose.
                          Thanks a lot dlowaa for your time. I really do not know how to get rid off the problems. Using 70-300mm with 80D body. photos taken 100-135mm zooming. I see other spotters from my area getting acceptance. So I have to find out whats going on.

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                          • #58
                            Hi dlowwa. Would you please help me to fine out the problems of this photos.

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                            • #59
                              Originally posted by AB_Siddique View Post
                              Hi dlowwa. Would you please help me to fine out the problems of this photos.
                              1. blurry, horizon
                              2. ok for me
                              3. soft, blurry, contrast, color
                              4-5. borderline oversharpened/overexposed

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                              • #60
                                Good Day dlowwa. Requesting another batch for pre screening.
                                First 4 , tried different noise reduction and sharpening tool. Please help me to find if any of this good to go or the problems.

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