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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Emre Ekim View Post

    Changed exposure and crop. Better? Or maybe it can't be recovered at all.
    Better, but editing halos now visible.

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  • Emre Ekim
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Dark, centering, borderline noisy.
    Changed exposure and crop. Better? Or maybe it can't be recovered at all.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Emre Ekim View Post

    So I have eliminated 1,2 and 4. Here is a brighter version of 5, is it recovered?
    Dark, centering, borderline noisy.

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  • Emre Ekim
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    1. soft, dark, centering, overprocessed
    2-3. similar
    4. dark, noisy, soft, centering
    5. dark/contrast, centering
    So I have eliminated 1,2 and 4. Here is a brighter version of 5, is it recovered?
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Emre Ekim View Post
    dlowwa Thank you for your response, I have some other shots I got today that I am not very sure if they are sharp/bright enough. Thanks in advance.

    Anyone else is obviously also welcome for suggestions, I really appreciate it!
    1. soft, dark, centering, overprocessed
    2-3. similar
    4. dark, noisy, soft, centering
    5. dark/contrast, centering

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  • jakerepp
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    Originally posted by Emre Ekim View Post
    dlowwa Thank you for your response, I have some other shots I got today that I am not very sure if they are sharp/bright enough. Thanks in advance.

    Anyone else is obviously also welcome for suggestions, I really appreciate it!
    All quite noisy, to varying degrees. 1, 4, and 5 all look dark to me, and I think I might see some blurry spots on a couple as well, but it might just be because of the noise.

    Not a screener, though.

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  • Emre Ekim
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    dlowwa Thank you for your response, I have some other shots I got today that I am not very sure if they are sharp/bright enough. Thanks in advance.

    Anyone else is obviously also welcome for suggestions, I really appreciate it!
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Emre Ekim View Post
    Hey all! Here are 5 shots that I am not very sure about, suggestions/feedback is appreciated, thanks!
    1. borderline soft
    2. horizon
    3. contrast, horizon
    4. soft/blurry/backlit
    5. borderline (harsh) contrast

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  • Emre Ekim
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    Hey all! Here are 5 shots that I am not very sure about, suggestions/feedback is appreciated, thanks!
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  • Emre Ekim
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    dlowwa

    thebigdog360

    Thanks for the feedback

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Emre Ekim View Post
    Hello again, I have seen some photos on JP with a crop similar to this so just wondering if the crop and everything is fine here, thanks
    This crop is very awkward and would be rejected for cut off.

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  • thebigdog360
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    Not a screener, but I have found it to be pretty hit or miss with these kinds of shots, depending on the screener and aircraft type/rarity.

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  • Emre Ekim
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    Hello again, I have seen some photos on JP with a crop similar to this so just wondering if the crop and everything is fine here, thanks
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Emre Ekim View Post

    Played around with the brightness, are these 2 still overexposed?
    Exposure would be ok for me.

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  • Emre Ekim
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Borderline overexposed, yes. Some softness visible, especially on the second which is nearly blurry towards the nose.
    Played around with the brightness, are these 2 still overexposed?
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