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    Hi all.

    Very new to aviation photography and need some advice on editing. I have been doing photography as a hobby for a couple of years and its been mainly landscape and without doubt my biggest problem is over editing them.

    I could probably sort of get away with it with Landscape but believe in Aviation Photography over editing would make it look fake.

    My workflow is -

    1. Crop and straighten
    2. Shadows and highlights
    3. Colour balance
    4. Clarity and sharpening
    5. Healing.

    Is there anything more I should be doing. Am I doing too much?

    Your thoughts would be appreciated.

    Ross

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    Originally posted by RossW View Post
    Hi all.

    Very new to aviation photography and need some advice on editing. I have been doing photography as a hobby for a couple of years and its been mainly landscape and without doubt my biggest problem is over editing them.

    I could probably sort of get away with it with Landscape but believe in Aviation Photography over editing would make it look fake.

    My workflow is -

    1. Crop and straighten
    2. Shadows and highlights
    3. Colour balance
    4. Clarity and sharpening
    5. Healing.

    Is there anything more I should be doing. Am I doing too much?

    Your thoughts would be appreciated.

    Ross
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    Hey
    Welcome to the aviation photography.

    I do nearly the same but let the clarity at "0" - the result of too much clarity are editing halos.
    I have learned editing with Mohammed Zaheers Editing Videos on You Tube.
    Here are the links:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0mpFOHOXJU
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zgPcE9S3MpQ

    You can find much more if you search for example for "Aviation Photo Editing". The result is this (i haven´t watched all but i think the most of those are useful):
    https://www.youtube.com/results?sear...+Photo+Editing

    If you had more Questions, feel free to ask!
    Have a nice Weekend!!
    Best Regards from Germany,
    Julian S.​

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