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  • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    1. crop ok, but much too soft
    2. also too soft
    3. also soft. borderline (but acceptable for me) contrast
    Thanks a lot Dana, Maybe I'll try to rework the third one. Won't persist with the other two as their originals lacked the quality after double check.

    Now I would like pre-screen/advice on three new ones.

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ID:	1090201 I'm unsure about at least the contrast and the color (sky too blue??) Entire aircraft was not included on the original and the aircraft was a little waving due to strong winds.

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ID:	1090202 Unsure about the contrast,sharpness and exposure. Note, it was 1,5hrs after sunrise and sun on front of the aircraft.

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    Thanks in advance,

    Best Regards.

    Wilko

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    • Originally posted by wkd001 View Post

      Thanks a lot Dana, Maybe I'll try to rework the third one. Won't persist with the other two as their originals lacked the quality after double check.

      Now I would like pre-screen/advice on three new ones.

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ID:	1090201 I'm unsure about at least the contrast and the color (sky too blue??) Entire aircraft was not included on the original and the aircraft was a little waving due to strong winds.

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ID:	1090202 Unsure about the contrast,sharpness and exposure. Note, it was 1,5hrs after sunrise and sun on front of the aircraft.

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ID:	1090203 Unsure about the sharpness here and maybe the crop. Also on this one, the entire aircraft was not included on the original.

      Thanks in advance,

      Best Regards.

      Wilko
      Maybe a bit soft on 1 and 3, but would be ok for me. Not easy to crop the 380 tightly, but I think you've done the best you can with the angle.

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      • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

        Maybe a bit soft on 1 and 3, but would be ok for me. Not easy to crop the 380 tightly, but I think you've done the best you can with the angle.
        Thanks a lot Dana, I've queued them all.

        Now I would like pre-screen/advice on these ones.

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        This came in on this angle (serious) Unsure about sharpness, contrast, centering and compression.

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        Thanks in advance.

        Best Regards

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        • Originally posted by wkd001 View Post

          Now I would like pre-screen/advice on these ones.
          1. Yes, poor angle for the light. Likely dark/contrast rejection.
          2. A bit soft, but otherwise ok
          3. Similar to first, but enough of aircraft is well lit that it should have a better chance.

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          • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

            1. Yes, poor angle for the light. Likely dark/contrast rejection.
            2. A bit soft, but otherwise ok
            3. Similar to first, but enough of aircraft is well lit that it should have a better chance.
            Thanks a lot Dana, Maybe I try 2 and 3.

            I have two questions at the moment.

            At first I've received this reject yesterday for dark/underexposed. https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8180368
            It doesn't seem that under exposed to me, but I have to agree the shadows are pretty dark.
            The sun reflecting on the nose,makes it also diffcult for me to expose it properly.
            Is there a reliable solution for angles like this?,because I don't exactly know what to do with it.

            At second I have a prescreen request for two photos.

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ID:	1091719 Especially contrast and maybe sharpness are my biggest worries here. Conditions were though, gloomy light and reflections. Later on the sun left....

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            Thanks in Advance.

            Best Regards

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            • Originally posted by wkd001 View Post

              Thanks a lot Dana, Maybe I try 2 and 3.

              I have two questions at the moment.

              At first I've received this reject yesterday for dark/underexposed. https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8180368
              It doesn't seem that under exposed to me, but I have to agree the shadows are pretty dark.
              The sun reflecting on the nose,makes it also diffcult for me to expose it properly.
              Is there a reliable solution for angles like this?,because I don't exactly know what to do with it.
              Check the histogram. Big gap on right.

              Originally posted by wkd001 View Post
              [ATTACH=JSON]At second I have a prescreen request for two photos.
              {"data-align":"none","data-size":"large","data-attachmentid":1091719}[/ATTACH] Especially contrast and maybe sharpness are my biggest worries here. Conditions were though, gloomy light and reflections. Later on the sun left....
              Yes, borderline contrast. Also soft in spots.

              Originally posted by wkd001 View Post
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              Crop ok, but quite soft.

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              • [QUOTE=dlowwa;n1091739]

                Check the histogram. Big gap on right.

                Maybe I wasn't clear enough in my question,
                I found the gap on the right side of the histogram.
                Problem for me is the sun reflecting in the nose, which leads to a highlight warning in the histogram of my lightroom.
                But maybe I should ignore that in the future.
                So I bring now a re-edit of this sot with increased exposure,
                I'm curious if it's good know, or if I still have to change things. Also to learn for myself in cases like these
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                Thanks in advance

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                • [QUOTE=wkd001;n1091792]
                  Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                  Check the histogram. Big gap on right.

                  Maybe I wasn't clear enough in my question,
                  I found the gap on the right side of the histogram.
                  Problem for me is the sun reflecting in the nose, which leads to a highlight warning in the histogram of my lightroom.
                  But maybe I should ignore that in the future.
                  So I bring now a re-edit of this sot with increased exposure,
                  I'm curious if it's good know, or if I still have to change things. Also to learn for myself in cases like these
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                  Thanks in advance
                  Exposure looks acceptable to me.

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                  • [QUOTE=dlowwa;n1091817]
                    Originally posted by wkd001 View Post

                    Exposure looks acceptable to me.
                    Thanks Dana, I've queued it.

                    I have two questions at the moment

                    First of all of this reject. https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8206198. I've found the dust spot, but I'm unsure if i fixed it properly in the attached re-edit.
                    As it only appeared in my pre-final edit and i rmoved it working into the final edit here.

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                    At second i would like a prescreen on these two photos.

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                    A very early morning shot about half an hour after sunrise. Sun head on the aircraft, but pretty heavy crop, So no idea if it has any chance, An extra view would be appreciated.

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                    Not great contrast I know, but just exactly in sunset. Extra eye on the sharpening would also be appreciated,although I could of course always re-edit on a smaller size.

                    Thanks in advance.


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                    • [QUOTE=wkd001;n1092462]
                      Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                      Thanks Dana, I've queued it.

                      I have two questions at the moment

                      First of all of this reject. https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8206198. I've found the dust spot, but I'm unsure if i fixed it properly in the attached re-edit.
                      As it only appeared in my pre-final edit and i rmoved it working into the final edit here.

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                      At second i would like a prescreen on these two photos.

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                      A very early morning shot about half an hour after sunrise. Sun head on the aircraft, but pretty heavy crop, So no idea if it has any chance, An extra view would be appreciated.

                      Click image for larger version

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                      Not great contrast I know, but just exactly in sunset. Extra eye on the sharpening would also be appreciated,although I could of course always re-edit on a smaller size.

                      Thanks in advance.

                      1. ok
                      2. borderline contrast
                      3. dark

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                      • [QUOTE=dlowwa;n1092474]
                        Originally posted by wkd001 View Post

                        1. ok
                        2. borderline contrast
                        3. dark
                        Thanks a lot Dana, I've only queued the first thus far and the third can serve other targets.

                        Now i would like a prescreen on the following photos

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ID:	1092872Is this one too backlit/dark/ bad contrast??

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ID:	1092873 Again not the entire aicraft on the original as it took off far quicker as I expected. So again, is this crop OK? Is the crop too tight on the wing? Entire wing is included.

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ID:	1092874 Same story as second. But here also unsure on softness especially around the nosegear.

                        Thanks in Advance.

                        Best Regards.

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                        • [QUOTE=wkd001;n1092871]
                          Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                          Now i would like a prescreen on the following photos
                          1. yes, likely a contrast rejection
                          2. nothing technically wrong with the crop, but personally don't find it too aesthetically pleasing
                          3. yes soft (whole aircraft), and also a bit noisy

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                          • [QUOTE=dlowwa;n1092893]
                            Originally posted by wkd001 View Post

                            1. yes, likely a contrast rejection
                            2. nothing technically wrong with the crop, but personally don't find it too aesthetically pleasing
                            3. yes soft (whole aircraft), and also a bit noisy
                            Thanks a lot Dana, I've tried my luck with the second.

                            Now I would like a prescreen om some old stuff.

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ID:	1094272 These are all old images without RAW-files. I've tried to sort the most things out. However If there are issues with contrast, centering ,sharpness , horizon and compression. i would like to know. Even more important for me if they could be fixable, because I have only JPEG-from these.

                            Thanks in advance.

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                            • [QUOTE=wkd001;n1094267]
                              Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                              Thanks a lot Dana, I've tried my luck with the second.

                              Now I would like a prescreen om some old stuff.

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ID:	1094272 These are all old images without RAW-files. I've tried to sort the most things out. However If there are issues with contrast, centering ,sharpness , horizon and compression. i would like to know. Even more important for me if they could be fixable, because I have only JPEG-from these.

                              Thanks in advance.
                              1. dark, overprocessed
                              2. contrast, overprocessed
                              3. centering, overprocessed, dirty
                              4. borderline soft
                              5. soft, contrast

                              If the halos are present on the original jpegs of the first three, that is not fixable.

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                              • [QUOTE=dlowwa;n1094303]
                                Originally posted by wkd001 View Post

                                1. dark, overprocessed
                                2. contrast, overprocessed
                                3. centering, overprocessed, dirty
                                4. borderline soft
                                5. soft, contrast

                                If the halos are present on the original jpegs of the first three, that is not fixable.
                                OK thanks a lot Dana,
                                Maybe I''ll only try the fourth one once.

                                Now I would like a prescreen on only this photo. Click image for larger version

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ID:	1094641 I'm (again) struggling with the contrast and exposure on this one. Is there something fixable to get out of this, as the sun is almost on the nose of the aircraft.
                                Rest should be OK I guess, unless I missed something by accident of course.

                                Thanks in advance.

                                Best Regards

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