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    Hi guys, I’m pretty confused since I was rejected multiple times due to Undersharpened(Soft). But I still can’t understand how that kind of things happens even I use tripod to shoot in night, or use high speed shutter and low iso in sunny days. So how can I check whether the photo is sharpened enough?
    Greatly Appreciate it for advising!
    Click image for larger version  Name:	B19B008E-E6C3-4A1B-B2FA-2D563CC0F385.png Views:	0 Size:	121.3 KB ID:	1122185

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    Originally posted by KirkXWB View Post
    Hi guys, I’m pretty confused since I was rejected multiple times due to Undersharpened(Soft). But I still can’t understand how that kind of things happens even I use tripod to shoot in night, or use high speed shutter and low iso in sunny days. So how can I check whether the photo is sharpened enough?
    Greatly Appreciate it for advising!
    There should be sharp transitions anywhere there is fine detail to be seen.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

      There should be sharp transitions anywhere there is fine detail to be seen.
      Hi Dlowwa! Thank you for your suggestions! I will continuously try to make progress!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by KirkXWB View Post
        Hi guys, I’m pretty confused since I was rejected multiple times due to Undersharpened(Soft). But I still can’t understand how that kind of things happens even I use tripod to shoot in night, or use high speed shutter and low iso in sunny days. So how can I check whether the photo is sharpened enough?
        Greatly Appreciate it for advising!
        Click image for larger version Name:	B19B008E-E6C3-4A1B-B2FA-2D563CC0F385.png Views:	0 Size:	121.3 KB ID:	1122185
        What lens are you using? I had a big issue with sharpness while using a cheap Tamron telephoto lens, I have now swapped to a much better lens & haven't had the issue since.

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        • #5
          Hello I just wanna advice to just copy the link here instead of cropping it like that, so we can have a better look next time! Thanks

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Calvin L View Post
            Hello I just wanna advice to just copy the link here instead of cropping it like that, so we can have a better look next time! Thanks
            Thanks! It’s my first time to post a question, and I will copy the link next time!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by clinton_vern View Post

              What lens are you using? I had a big issue with sharpness while using a cheap Tamron telephoto lens, I have now swapped to a much better lens & haven't had the issue since.
              Yes, it’s a cheap Sony 55-210 lens, it seems that I do have to pay for my equipment. Thanks!

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              • #8
                Hi guys! Good Day!
                Here's a KLM 772 photo taken days before, however, the light was a little bit not ideal. Could anyone can give me some suggestions about this photo? Greatly appreciate it!
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by KirkXWB View Post
                  Hi guys! Good Day!
                  Here's a KLM 772 photo taken days before, however, the light was a little bit not ideal. Could anyone can give me some suggestions about this photo? Greatly appreciate it!
                  Not a screener, but from my perspective, this lacks contrast and shadows and also looks like the framing is incorrect. I think this sits high in the frame. Try using the fuselage as the centering point and center it that way. Hope this helps
                  http://www.jetphotos.com/jp_forum_si...hotogid=149565

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by KirkXWB View Post
                    Hi guys! Good Day!
                    Here's a KLM 772 photo taken days before, however, the light was a little bit not ideal. Could anyone can give me some suggestions about this photo? Greatly appreciate it!
                    Very poor light. Best to leave this one and try another taken in better conditions.

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                    • #11
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                      Originally posted by bgkicks49 View Post

                      Not a screener, but from my perspective, this lacks contrast and shadows and also looks like the framing is incorrect. I think this sits high in the frame. Try using the fuselage as the centering point and center it that way. Hope this helps
                      Thank you for your advice! I'll keep it in mind

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                        Very poor light. Best to leave this one and try another taken in better conditions.
                        Okay, Got it! Thanks~

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                        • #13
                          Hi Guys!
                          I found a photo which was taken approximately 5AM, so the light was a little bit complicated. Does anyone can give me some ideas to edit it? Thanks!
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by KirkXWB View Post
                            Hi Guys!
                            I found a photo which was taken approximately 5AM, so the light was a little bit complicated. Does anyone can give me some ideas to edit it? Thanks!
                            Horizon's off, and needs just a bit more brightening, but should be fixable.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                              Horizon's off, and needs just a bit more brightening, but should be fixable.
                              Got it! Appreciate it!

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