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  • Originally posted by wkd001 View Post

    Thanks Dana, you're right about the softness mentioned, but this was a re-edit with extra sharpness added and even a small resize, compared to the one I brought to this thread. But apparently I've done something wrong in the re-edit in at least sharpening. I will study, re-edit and come back here.
    After studying and re-editing, I really doubt it's fixable. On the RAW-file it seems good, but while editing, quality seems to get destroyed in my eyes.Not a that big crop, but still the fact is the fact.Took another snap out for editing of this one, but running into issues for around at least 60% of the aircraft. Especially running to back the quality is nood good for me, around windows and maybe even tail in looks soft or maybe even blurry.Could you (or someone else seeing this ofcourse) prescreen this version for me
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    Besides this one, i would like a prescreen on two other images.
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    Same story a bit as the EY. deleted a previous version out oof queue, due to softness thoughts, reworked and resized a bit coming this.
    Biggest concerns here are sharpness, horizon and contrast Click image for larger version

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ID:	1102294Of course contrast here, but might have avoided that with setting the aircraft against the trees. Please note here, that the wing was cut-off already in the RAW-file, so I needed to compose to something like this. So also cut-off and exposure are potential issues for me here.

    Thanks in advance.

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    • Originally posted by wkd001 View Post

      After studying and re-editing, I really doubt it's fixable. On the RAW-file it seems good, but while editing, quality seems to get destroyed in my eyes.Not a that big crop, but still the fact is the fact.Took another snap out for editing of this one, but running into issues for around at least 60% of the aircraft. Especially running to back the quality is nood good for me, around windows and maybe even tail in looks soft or maybe even blurry.Could you (or someone else seeing this ofcourse) prescreen this version for me
      Click image for larger version

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Views:	42
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ID:	1102292

      Besides this one, i would like a prescreen on two other images.
      Click image for larger version

Name:	DSC_7825-3.JPG
Views:	34
Size:	356.5 KB
ID:	1102293
      Same story a bit as the EY. deleted a previous version out oof queue, due to softness thoughts, reworked and resized a bit coming this.
      Biggest concerns here are sharpness, horizon and contrast Click image for larger version

Name:	DSC_7036-2-2.JPG
Views:	34
Size:	444.8 KB
ID:	1102294Of course contrast here, but might have avoided that with setting the aircraft against the trees. Please note here, that the wing was cut-off already in the RAW-file, so I needed to compose to something like this. So also cut-off and exposure are potential issues for me here.

      Thanks in advance.
      1-2. soft
      3. borderline contrast/cut off

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      • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

        1-2. soft
        3. borderline contrast/cut off
        Thanks a lot Dana, I'll try my luck with the third one. If it fails,so be it.

        Now I would like a prescreen on these two images.

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ID:	1102804 Biggest worry for me is the fact i think its too soft.

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        Biggest worries here are also softness, especially to the front and if the colors and exposure are sufficient for late autumn light.

        If there are thinks I've missed, I would likew to know as well.

        Thanks in advance,

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        • Originally posted by wkd001 View Post

          Thanks a lot Dana, I'll try my luck with the third one. If it fails,so be it.

          Now I would like a prescreen on these two images.

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ID:	1102804 Biggest worry for me is the fact i think its too soft.

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          Biggest worries here are also softness, especially to the front and if the colors and exposure are sufficient for late autumn light.

          If there are thinks I've missed, I would likew to know as well.

          Thanks in advance,
          First one yes borderline for soft/blurry. Second definitely soft.

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          • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

            First one yes borderline for soft/blurry. Second definitely soft.
            OK thanks Dana,

            I've tried the TAROM with some extra sharpening and resizing to the smallest size.(so NOT the one shown here)

            Now I would like a prescreen on these two photos

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ID:	1102935Again this one, Tried to rework the sharpening as the original looks good to me, but maybe I'm seeing it wrong. So my most important questiom is, if it's sharp enough right now,

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ID:	1102936 One it the very last light of the day. A total prescreen on at least sharpness, exposure, centering and contrast would be appreciated here.

            Thanks in advance

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            • Originally posted by wkd001 View Post

              OK thanks Dana,

              I've tried the TAROM with some extra sharpening and resizing to the smallest size.(so NOT the one shown here)

              Now I would like a prescreen on these two photos

              Click image for larger version

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ID:	1102935Again this one, Tried to rework the sharpening as the original looks good to me, but maybe I'm seeing it wrong. So my most important questiom is, if it's sharp enough right now,

              Click image for larger version

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ID:	1102936 One it the very last light of the day. A total prescreen on at least sharpness, exposure, centering and contrast would be appreciated here.

              Thanks in advance
              Both a bit soft towards the edges, especially the right side.

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              • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                Both a bit soft towards the edges, especially the right side.
                Thanks about that Dana, I've tried my luck with an in (in my eyes) improved and resized version of the Ural.

                I've had this reject recently https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8596771 but can't really figure out where the softness exactly is.
                Supposing the entire aircraft is too soft, but for some reason i don't see, so any guidance or explanation would be appreciated.
                For surance I've made this re-edit.
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                But personally I don't think it's better, but an extra eye would be appreciated here.

                i also would like a prescreen on this one.
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ID:	1103303 There was sunlight, but bit weird conditions, Clouds came also in. Image from last summer. Curious if it will pass the contrast cut. Maybe exposure and sharpness could also come into play.

                Thanks in Advance.

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                • Originally posted by wkd001 View Post

                  Thanks about that Dana, I've tried my luck with an in (in my eyes) improved and resized version of the Ural.

                  I've had this reject recently https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8596771 but can't really figure out where the softness exactly is.
                  Supposing the entire aircraft is too soft, but for some reason i don't see, so any guidance or explanation would be appreciated.
                  Whole thing is a bit soft, but more noticeable towards the nose. Updated one is a bit better.

                  Originally posted by wkd001 View Post
                  i also would like a prescreen on this one.
                  Soft and borderline dark/contrast.

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                  • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                    Whole thing is a bit soft, but more noticeable towards the nose. Updated one is a bit better.



                    Soft and borderline dark/contrast.
                    OK Thanks Dana,

                    Would the revised Etihad still get rejected for softness? I can try to more improve around the nose, because I also thought that was the worst part.

                    I will forget the DHL, because colors and contrast are weird and don't think there is improvement possible on that.

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                    • Originally posted by wkd001 View Post

                      OK Thanks Dana,

                      Would the revised Etihad still get rejected for softness?
                      Would be ok for me, but that's just my opinion.

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