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  • Originally posted by YanS View Post
    Hello everyone,

    I tried to brighten the Dornier up a bitbut I'm not sure if it is good enough now. it would be awsome to know if this version has better chances.
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    In addition to that I also have this CRJ in similar light-conditions so I assume this needs 'night shot' aswell, correct? I'm also unsure if its too dark or too soft.
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    Thanks for your answers,
    Best regards,
    Yannick
    Both are a bit soft (especially the second), but would otherwise be ok for me. Night shot can be used for both.

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    • Hey dlowwa,

      Thanks a lot for your feedback .
      I gave the ADAC a touch more sharpness and put it in the queue.

      Best regards,
      Yannick

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      • Hello everyone,

        A feedback on this picture would be great. I'm a little worried about heat haze / softness and horizon on this one .
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        Thanks in advance,
        All the best,
        Yannick

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        • Originally posted by YanS View Post
          Hello everyone,

          A feedback on this picture would be great. I'm a little worried about heat haze / softness and horizon on this one .
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          Thanks in advance,
          All the best,
          Yannick
          Indeed: soft, slightly heat hazed and slightly leaning to the right
          My photos on Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/geridominguez

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          • Hello everybody,

            As the last version of this picture had too noticable issues with softness and exposure as well, I now tried a slightly wider crop and a lower resolution. Does this hide the softness enough?
            Of course a feedback concerning the exposure-problem or other flaws is welcome as well.

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            Thanks in advance,
            Best regards,
            Yannick

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            • Originally posted by YanS View Post
              Hello everybody,

              As the last version of this picture had too noticable issues with softness and exposure as well, I now tried a slightly wider crop and a lower resolution. Does this hide the softness enough?
              Of course a feedback concerning the exposure-problem or other flaws is welcome as well.

              Click image for larger version

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Views:	14
Size:	547.2 KB
ID:	1103609

              Thanks in advance,
              Best regards,
              Yannick
              Exposure ok, tail is a bit soft.

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