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  • seahawk
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    That means that the sun was not in your bak, when taking the picture. Which means you took a photo of the shadow side of the plane. Look at the shadow in your pic. The sun is on the eight side, you took a photo of the left side.

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  • polishsausage248
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    What does it mean to be backlight?

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  • seahawk
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    Here is a quick edit of the pic. Far from perfect and not worth a try, as it is backlit, but good enough (I hope) to give you and idea on sharpening.
    Last edited by seahawk; 2009-02-11, 12:31.

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  • polishsausage248
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    Originally posted by magic48
    Why don't you just try the one I mentioned above?? It allows you to upload files of up to 5572KB.
    Yep thanks a lot it works!!!
    http://www.filecabin.com/up1/1144629269-tooohdhrr.JPG

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  • magic48
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    Why don't you just try the one I mentioned above?? It allows you to upload files of up to 5572KB.

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  • polishsausage248
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    Yeah well photobucket was good but then when i tried to put the image in here it resixe it so it was smaller....

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  • magic48
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    Try www.filecabin.com

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  • polishsausage248
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    Well www.imageshack.net will only allow me to upload 1024 kilobytes size files and jp.net wont let me upload it either. The original is 2592x1944 and 1.95 MB large. Any suggestions?

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  • seahawk
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    The 2nd and 3rd are a bit boring when it comes to motive -donīt you think ? Inflight is ok, but you should show something interesting on the ground.

    First one might be able to be readied, but I canīt work with the 1024x768 version. Either upload fullsize or forget about it.

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  • Greg Wilson
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    Might get interesting if you start having trouble pleasing your girlfriend
    Seriously what will you learn by others doing the editing.To start with all you need is Photoshop elements 2,3 or 4, probably us$70-100.You could try and get a licenced second hand copy..........members here may have one after upgrading.Editing is not difficult (a bit of time and patience to start with).There is help here and plenty of online tuition.

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  • polishsausage248
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    Yeah well on that one I got my lens a bit dirty cause when it was raining a drop got in and i didnt relize the clean out the dried out spot. I only have the basic adobe photoshop album so i already did what I could and I know people here have the better version. So is there a way to fix the horizon level problem? Here are some other shots that I have:
    http://img426.imageshack.us/img426/3458/fbsaaag5op.jpg

    http://img446.imageshack.us/img446/4444/gsghshh7mi.jpg

    http://img426.imageshack.us/img426/5060/hshsxr4cs.jpg

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  • seahawk
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    Second one is also horizon unlevel, so unless you supply us with the fullsize file it is pointless in workign in it. The motive is also not that interesting.

    The first one looks ok, apart from the area around the front wheel. It looks so washed out. Sensor dust spot or something ? With that area in it, it would also be hard to get into the databse.

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  • LX-A343
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    How about trying yourself?

    Gerardo

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  • polishsausage248
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    Dangit! Well what about these two?


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  • seahawk
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    They would just be rejected for horizon unlevel.

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