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  • #46
    Hello, I would like to have prescreening please, especially for brightness and contrast since I didn't used to edit dark paint scheme. Thank you.
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    • #47
      Originally posted by T.P.F.A. View Post
      Hello, I would like to have prescreening please, especially for brightness and contrast since I didn't used to edit dark paint scheme. Thank you.
      Borderline noisy/soft.

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      • #48
        Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

        Borderline noisy/soft.
        Thank you. I will try upping the noise reduction and try to upload it on lower resolution.

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        • #49
          Hello, I would like to have prescreen for my picture. Thank you in advance.
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          • #50
            Originally posted by T.P.F.A. View Post
            Hello, I would like to have prescreen for my picture. Thank you in advance.
            Soft, borderline contrast.

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            • #51
              Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

              Soft, borderline contrast.
              Made the adjustment necessary. Does this solve the issue? Thanks in advance.

              Edit:
              On the left is 1500px and the right is 1300px. Which resolution should I focused on? Thank you.
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              • #52
                Also I would like to have prescreen on these photos. Thank you
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                • #53
                  Originally posted by T.P.F.A. View Post

                  Made the adjustment necessary. Does this solve the issue? Thanks in advance.

                  Edit:
                  On the left is 1500px and the right is 1300px. Which resolution should I focused on? Thank you.
                  Both are too soft; the lower resolution hides that better.

                  Originally posted by T.P.F.A. View Post
                  Also I would like to have prescreen on these photos. Thank you
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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                    Both are too soft; the lower resolution hides that better.


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                    Will sharpening ever works? I will put original resultion of the photo for comparison.

                    Let me reupload it again.
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                    • #55
                      Any tips for the all-white fuselage a/c?

                      On original resolution it doesn't show any softness imo compare to the previous photos that I have edited. But I'm sure that all white fuselage might be one of the factor to the editing struggle.

                      I have made 3 sharpening adjustment. Each of them has 90, 95 and 100 on the sharpness scale. Usually I set around 60 to 70 in Lightroom. On previous reply I have set it on 79.

                      Please have a look if there's any difference at all. Thank you in advance.
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                      • #56
                        Originally posted by T.P.F.A. View Post

                        Will sharpening ever works? I will put original resultion of the photo for comparison.
                        This image is really quite soft. It's no wonder the lower-resolution edits don't look great. I don't think this one is fixable.

                        The other two are also a touch soft/heat hazed, but not nearly as bad and might be acceptable at a lower resolution.

                        Originally posted by T.P.F.A. View Post
                        Any tips for the all-white fuselage a/c?

                        On original resolution it doesn't show any softness imo compare to the previous photos that I have edited. But I'm sure that all white fuselage might be one of the factor to the editing struggle.

                        I have made 3 sharpening adjustment. Each of them has 90, 95 and 100 on the sharpness scale. Usually I set around 60 to 70 in Lightroom. On previous reply I have set it on 79.
                        As stated, the original is very very soft, and this is visible in all of these edits. Colour of the fuselage has nothing to do with it.

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