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  • Originally posted by Majky737 View Post

    Thank you. I made one more version, could you check if contrast is better (not too harsh and not too low) on new edit?

    Thank you.

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    Softness showing up a bit more with the decrease in contrast. Borderline for both I'd say.

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    • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

      Softness showing up a bit more with the decrease in contrast. Borderline for both I'd say.
      Ok thank you. So one last attempt with another image of this frame:

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      Thank you.

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      • Originally posted by Majky737 View Post

        Ok thank you. So one last attempt with another image of this frame:

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        Thank you.
        Soft, and borderline dark/contrast again. It's not terrible, but I think the odds are it would be rejected.

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        • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

          Soft, and borderline dark/contrast again. It's not terrible, but I think the odds are it would be rejected.
          hm, ok, however, I am not sure how to adjust it for better results. I mean, I try to adjust contrast, but right peak of histogram is going up, so I am affraid if the picture is not overexposed. To be more specific, here is attached edit:

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          I don't know. Do you have any advice how to adjust it?

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          • Originally posted by Majky737 View Post

            hm, ok, however, I am not sure how to adjust it for better results. I mean, I try to adjust contrast, but right peak of histogram is going up, so I am affraid if the picture is not overexposed. To be more specific, here is attached edit:

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            I don't know. Do you have any advice how to adjust it?
            As I was hinting, I'd at least start by bringing down the contrast.

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            I think we've discussed this one enough, however, so that's the last I'll say about it.

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            • Hello,

              I would like to ask for prescreening of following photo, as I have doubts about contrast, sharpeness/softness and compression.

              Thank you for your time.

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              • Originally posted by Majky737 View Post
                Hello,

                I would like to ask for prescreening of following photo, as I have doubts about contrast, sharpeness/softness and compression.

                Thank you for your time.

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                Some noise/compression visible in the sky, and contrast is borderline.

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                • Hello,

                  Today I made 2 photos and later edited them, however, weather was not the best and sun was most of the time behind clouds. I made what I could but I am still affraid that light conditions made contrast too poor.

                  I attached both photos, however my question is going mainly to number 2, if is contrast at least borderline (or still adjustable to gain better result) or not. Thank you for your time.

                  Marian

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                  • Originally posted by Majky737 View Post
                    Hello,

                    Today I made 2 photos and later edited them, however, weather was not the best and sun was most of the time behind clouds. I made what I could but I am still affraid that light conditions made contrast too poor.

                    I attached both photos, however my question is going mainly to number 2, if is contrast at least borderline (or still adjustable to gain better result) or not. Thank you for your time.

                    Marian

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                    I think your personal assessment it pretty accurate - 1 maybe, 2 probably not.

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                    • Hello,

                      I want to ask for pre-screening of attached photo, especially in terms of contrast/colors.

                      Thank you for your time.

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                      • Originally posted by Majky737 View Post
                        Hello,

                        I want to ask for pre-screening of attached photo, especially in terms of contrast/colors.

                        Thank you for your time.

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                        Contrast/color ok, sharpness not ok.

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                        • Hello,

                          thank you for your previous response. Today I want to ask for pre-screening of attached photo - it is older one taken back in 2015. My doubts are about contrast, sharpeness and maybe jpeg artifacts.

                          Thank you for your time.

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                          • Originally posted by Majky737 View Post
                            Hello,

                            thank you for your previous response. Today I want to ask for pre-screening of attached photo - it is older one taken back in 2015. My doubts are about contrast, sharpeness and maybe jpeg artifacts.

                            Thank you for your time.

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                            Contrast wouldn't be an issue for me, though it is a bit soft.

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                            • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                              Contrast wouldn't be an issue for me, though it is a bit soft.
                              Ok, I have added some more sharpening. Does it looks better on new edit?

                              Thank you

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                              • Originally posted by Majky737 View Post

                                Ok, I have added some more sharpening. Does it looks better on new edit?

                                Thank you

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                                Still borderline, but acceptable for me.

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