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  • PlanespottingGER - Prescreening / Editing Advice

    Hi,

    after many many rejections I would like to ask if these pictures would have any chance or if not, what I could to better on it. These are the 5 pictures.

    Thank you so much.


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  • #2
    Originally posted by PlanespottingGER View Post
    Hi,

    after many many rejections I would like to ask if these pictures would have any chance or if not, what I could to better on it. These are the 5 pictures.
    All a bit dark and have light to medium-strength editing halos visible (overprocessed). Fourth also shows a bit of heat haze.

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    • #3
      Thank you so much! What about these ones?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by PlanespottingGER View Post
        Thank you so much! What about these ones?
        1. soft, dark, color, overprocessed
        2. soft, borderline dark/contrast

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        • #5
          Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

          1. soft, dark, color, overprocessed
          2. soft, borderline dark/contrast
          Thanks. I tried again and edited an other picture. Do you have tips to keep the sharpness while scaling? I'm using Photoshop Elements 2021 if it's important for that question.

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          Edit: What does It mean if its to dark? Is it the background?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by PlanespottingGER View Post
            Thanks. I tried again and edited an other picture.
            1. contrast, soft
            2. overprocessed, borderline centering

            Originally posted by PlanespottingGER View Post
            Do you have tips to keep the sharpness while scaling? I'm using Photoshop Elements 2021 if it's important for that question.
            Sharpness shouldn't really be affected too much when re-sizing; though any flaws should be hidden better at smaller resolutions. Images becoming softer when you re-size them is not really a thing that happens. A soft image will remain soft when resized, and a sharp image should remain sharp.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

              1. contrast, soft
              2. overprocessed, borderline centering



              Sharpness shouldn't really be affected too much when re-sizing; though any flaws should be hidden better at smaller resolutions. Images becoming softer when you re-size them is not really a thing that happens. A soft image will remain soft when resized, and a sharp image should remain sharp.
              1. Should I add more of less contrast?
              2. Does „Overprocessed“ mean, that there are halos again? Or to much saturation?


              I didn‘t thougt that it‘s so heavy to take pictures wich are good enough and edit the pictures. But it‘s good to know. Thanks for your prescreening service.

              Does the error occur due to incorrect preprocessing of the RAW file? On my camera and the JPEG file is sharp.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by PlanespottingGER View Post
                1. Should I add more of less contrast?
                Poor contrast due to overcast conditions.

                Originally posted by PlanespottingGER View Post
                2. Does „Overprocessed“ mean, that there are halos again? Or to much saturation?
                Editing halos are visible.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                  Poor contrast due to overcast conditions.



                  Editing halos are visible.
                  Aaaaah … now I think I know what you mean or contrast means. The contrast between the sky and the plane. It’s maybe to early in the morning haha.

                  Okay, I don‘t know how to fix the Halos. Everything I do will generate halos. Hmmm.

                  Maybe this picture is better?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by PlanespottingGER View Post
                    Aaaaah … now I think I know what you mean or contrast means. The contrast between the sky and the plane.
                    No, the amount of direct light on the aircraft. The sky visible in this image is irrelevant.

                    Originally posted by PlanespottingGER View Post
                    Maybe this picture is better?
                    Contrast/color and borderline soft.

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                    • #11
                      Hey,

                      I tried to work at the some pictures again. It seems that at least the "Halos" are gone. I hope there are now better.


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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by PlanespottingGER View Post
                        Hey,

                        I tried to work at the some pictures again. It seems that at least the "Halos" are gone. I hope there are now better.
                        1. overexposed, heat haze
                        2. horizon, color/contrast, soft/blurry
                        3. borderline noisy/harsh contrast
                        4. (harsh) contrast

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                        • #13
                          Hi, one last try of this plane! Hope it's now better. Otherwise I don't know how to improve.

                          And an other question: I have a picture in the queue, a Cessna 152 (D-EBPC), should I have choosen "Small Prop" as categorie? It*s a private plane. Actually I don't have any categorie.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by PlanespottingGER View Post
                            Hi, one last try of this plane! Hope it's now better. Otherwise I don't know how to improve.
                            A bit soft towards the nose, and looks like something was removed a bit sloppily above the wingtip. Contrast should be ok.

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