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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by TK160421 View Post
    Hello everyone,
    I would like to have these photos pre-screened.
    Also, I would like to know if the plane in the first photo is too high in the frame.
    In the second picture I am unsure if it will be rejected because the tires are obstructed by the asphalt.
    1. dark/contrast, soft, centering
    2. soft/heat haze, cut off

    Neither are fixable.

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  • TK160421
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    Hello everyone,
    I would like to have these photos pre-screened.
    Also, I would like to know if the plane in the first photo is too high in the frame.
    In the second picture I am unsure if it will be rejected because the tires are obstructed by the asphalt.
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  • 787Dream
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Shooting in RAW will make no difference for this type of flaw, so this advice is not really useful here.
    But it matters with other post-processing stuff, so I was bringing it up just to make sure that's the setting.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by TK160421 View Post
    These are the orginal JPG files.
    Those are extremely soft, and probably not fixable.

    Originally posted by 787Dream View Post

    Not a screener, but I would say these are just soft by its nature; possibly out of focus/vibration/slow shutter speed/lens issue. Also, shoot in RAW/NEF format so you preserve all the data related to your photos.
    Shooting in RAW will make no difference for this type of flaw, so this advice is not really useful here.

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  • TK160421
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    Thanks for help. I shot in RAW but the forum doesn't let me upload that's the reason of the JPG's. The shutterspeed was between 1/500s and1/640s.

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  • 787Dream
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    Originally posted by TK160421 View Post
    These are the orginal JPG files.
    Not a screener, but I would say these are just soft by its nature; possibly out of focus/vibration/slow shutter speed/lens issue. Also, shoot in RAW/NEF format so you preserve all the data related to your photos.

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  • TK160421
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    These are the orginal JPG files.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by TK160421 View Post
    Okay, thanks, that's interesting. I have the sharpness slider set to about 80 for each photo.
    Any suggestions on how to improve it?
    Without seeing the original(s) to see what you're starting from, I couldn't really say.

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  • TK160421
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    Okay, thanks, that's interesting. I have the sharpness slider set to about 80 for each photo.
    Any suggestions on how to improve it?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by TK160421 View Post
    Hi,
    i was again on a spottingtrip. Here are some edited photos.
    Can I please get a prescreening.
    Thanks
    All images are soft-very soft.

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  • TK160421
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    Hi,
    i was again on a spottingtrip. Here are some edited photos.
    Can I please get a prescreening.
    Thanks
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by TK160421 View Post
    Hello,
    can I get some advice for this photos please. Thanks.
    1. soft/heat hazed
    2. backlit/dark

    Regular backlit images will very rarely be accepted here, so please don't ask post them asking for advice.

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  • TK160421
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    Hello,
    can I get some advice for this photos please. Thanks.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by TK160421 View Post
    Hi,
    I'd like some editing advice on this photos please. Thanks.
    Hi, none of these are editable for here:

    1. heat hazed
    2-4. backlit (among other issues)

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  • TK160421
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    Hi,
    I'd like some editing advice on this photos please. Thanks.
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