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  • Any Chance For These Pics???

    Hi, I was wondering if there's any chance that these photos could be accepted to the database. If not, is it possible to edit them a bit more to make them acceptable? Note, that I only have Photoshop Album Edition so my editing abilities are limited. Thanks!


    Original: http://files.filefront.com/IMG+1385J.../fileinfo.html



    Original: http://files.filefront.com/IMG+1393J.../fileinfo.html



    Oirginal: http://files.filefront.com/IMG+1188J.../fileinfo.html

    Midwest Airlines - The Best Care In The Air

  • #2
    The first one Blurry and backlit
    2nd one Blurry/oversharpened
    3rd Blurry
    The 3 pics, best to keep for the personal collection

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    • #3
      Here's some more:



      Midwest Airlines - The Best Care In The Air

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      • #4
        The NWA one is again blurry and the Midwest one is WAY oversharpened...

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        • #5
          Have you tried to edit them? The NWA is suffering badly from compression and the Midwest looks very over sharp.

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          • #6
            What's a good, easy to use program that you reccomend for editing photos? Is there any hope in editing the pics to make them acceptable?

            Midwest Airlines - The Best Care In The Air

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            • #7
              Photoshop Elements.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by polishsausage248
                What's a good, easy to use program that you reccomend for editing photos? Is there any hope in editing the pics to make them acceptable?
                Sorry mate, but probably not. Keep shooting and trying.

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                • #9
                  It looks like your using the wrong sharpening tools on your pictures. Dont use the sharpen tool. Use the Unsharp Mask option. And make sure you use the correct algorithm when cropping/reducing image sizes. Always use Bicubic Sharp for reducing/cropping image sizes.

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