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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by CharlieTripp View Post
    I tried to fix the sharpening and contrast of these photos, advice is helpful
    1. contrast, dark, oversharpened. please give up on this one.
    2. oversharpened, noisy
    3-5. oversharpened, borderline (harsh) contrast

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  • CharlieTripp
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    I tried to fix the sharpening and contrast of these photos, advice is helpful
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by CharlieTripp View Post
    If there is a photo that has direct sunlight on it and is still marked as harsh contrast does that mean I need to lower the contrast that have adding with editing?
    Correct.

    Originally posted by CharlieTripp View Post
    And I have a couple of photos I would like advice on. I believe they may need to be sharpened a little more but not sure.
    1. oversharpened, noisy
    2. soft, borderline contrast

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  • CharlieTripp
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    If there is a photo that has direct sunlight on it and is still marked as harsh contrast does that mean I need to lower the contrast that have adding with editing? And I have a couple of photos I would like advice on. I believe they may need to be sharpened a little more but not sure.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by CharlieTripp View Post
    Okay Thanks, that really helps me understand why many of my photos are marked with contrast. Advice on these three is helpful
    1. soft, noisy, dark, centering. not fixable.
    2. borderline oversharpened/(harsh) contrast
    3. oversharpened, dark/contrast. not fixable.

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  • CharlieTripp
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    Okay Thanks, that really helps me understand why many of my photos are marked with contrast. Advice on these three is helpful
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by CharlieTripp View Post
    I am a little confused with the what you said about the 4th photo does it need way more or way less contrast? What is the best way to decide if a photo is possibly acceptable when there is a grey cloud behind it or do you stay away from them, and choose photos with only a mostly blue sky?

    Thanks
    Harsh contrast means the contrast is too strong. If there is no direct light falling on the subject (aircraft) the chances of the image being accepted fall dramatically. The background has little to do with it.

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  • CharlieTripp
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    I am a little confused with the what you said about the 4th photo does it need way more or way less contrast? What is the best way to decide if a photo is possibly acceptable when there is a grey cloud behind it or do you stay away from them, and choose photos with only a mostly blue sky?

    Thanks
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by CharlieTripp View Post
    Corrected Horizon on the second Photo, I think the first photo may be dark. I am guessing for the 5th photo I should mark as exclude from FR24 because of weird angle. Other Advice is helpful

    Thanks
    1. dark/contrast, oversharpened/overprocessed
    2. ok for me
    3. dark/contrast
    4. borderline soft/(harsh) contrast
    5. backlit, vignetting, dirty

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  • CharlieTripp
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    Corrected Horizon on the second Photo, I think the first photo may be dark. I am guessing for the 5th photo I should mark as exclude from FR24 because of weird angle. Other Advice is helpful

    Thanks
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by CharlieTripp View Post
    Still learning how to properly sharpen the photos advice is appreciated

    Thanks
    1. dark/contrast
    2. centering, contrast, borderline soft
    3. horizon
    5. dark/contrast

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  • CharlieTripp
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    Still learning how to properly sharpen the photos advice is appreciated

    Thanks
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  • CharlieTripp
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    I think I may of found a solid solution to my sharpening problems. Advice on that will be super helpful

    Thanks
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by CharlieTripp View Post
    I tried something different to try to fix the the softness, might help might not

    Thanks for the help
    1. contrast, soft
    2-4. soft
    5. noisy, borderline soft.

    Will not comment on these any more.

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  • CharlieTripp
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    I tried something different to try to fix the the softness, might help might not

    Thanks for the help
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