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  • #61
    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    1. borderline soft (ok for me)
    2. soft/heat hazed
    Thank you!

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    • #62
      Hello! Can I get these photos prescreened, please:

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      On the first one I'm uncertain about the horizon, second one the contrast, third one the sharpness and fourth one the horizon and sharpness.

      Thank you as always!

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      • #63
        Originally posted by KaarelVelgre View Post
        Hello! Can I get these photos prescreened, please:
        On the first one I'm uncertain about the horizon, second one the contrast, third one the sharpness and fourth one the horizon and sharpness.
        1. centering
        2. borderline soft/contrast
        3-4. ok for me

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        • #64
          Hello!
          Could I get these three prescreened, please:
          Thank you!
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          • #65
            Originally posted by KaarelVelgre View Post
            Hello!
            Could I get these three prescreened, please:
            1-2. soft/blurry
            3. heat haze/noise/compression

            #3 may be salvageable at a lower resolution.

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            • #66
              Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

              1-2. soft/blurry
              3. heat haze/noise/compression

              #3 may be salvageable at a lower resolution.
              Thanks a lot!
              I guess the first one isn't salvageable in that case.
              But what about the second and third now?
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              Thanks and happy new year to all of you!

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              • #67
                Originally posted by KaarelVelgre View Post

                Thanks a lot!
                I guess the first one isn't salvageable in that case.
                But what about the second and third now?
                1. soft/blurry, noisy
                2. heat hazed, oversharpened

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                  1. soft/blurry, noisy
                  2. heat hazed, oversharpened
                  So they're probably not fixable?

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                  • #69
                    Originally posted by KaarelVelgre View Post

                    So they're probably not fixable?
                    My guess would be probably not.

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                    • #70
                      Originally posted by KaarelVelgre View Post
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                      Definitely not fixable in such a huge resolution. Try as minimum 1280px, if doesn't help, then 1200px or 1024px.

                      Originally posted by KaarelVelgre View Post
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                      May be fixable if lower resolution is used, in my honest opinion.

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