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  • rafaelfreitas
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    Thank you!

    What do you think of these?
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
    Thank you!

    I kindly request an evaluation of these:
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    1. soft/heat hazed
    2. borderline for glare/reflection

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  • rafaelfreitas
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    Thank you!

    I kindly request an evaluation of these:
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  • Runway28L
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    Hi Rafael,

    1. Noisy fuselage and background
    2. Noisy fuselage
    3. Very heat hazed

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  • rafaelfreitas
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    Thanks for the opinions!

    What do you think of these photos?

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    Thankful!

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  • jvdl
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    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
    About the photos below, is considered backlit? (the sun is right across the planes)
    From the upload guidelines:
    As a rule of thumb: if the tail casts a shadow on the fuselage, the photo is most likely to be rejected for backlit.
    This is the case with the 3 photos you have attached.

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  • vcruvinel
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    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
    Thanks guys!

    About the photos below, is considered backlit? (the sun is right across the planes)

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    Rafael,

    All of them are backlit and also soft IMHO.

    Cheers,

    Vinicius

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  • rafaelfreitas
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    Thanks guys!

    About the photos below, is considered backlit? (the sun is right across the planes)

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
    Please let me know what you think about this photo:

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    Should be ok.

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  • vcruvinel
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    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
    Please let me know what you think about this photo:

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    Hi Rafael!

    I`m not from the crew, but IMHO you need to adjust the dark tones from the photo (just adjust the levels, left side) and also the photo appear to have some compression.

    Better wait some comments from the crew too.

    Cheers,

    Vinicius

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  • rafaelfreitas
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    Please let me know what you think about this photo:

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
    Hello friends! I noticed a problem in my photos related to a dark halo around some parts of the plane. I think it's because of the active D-light, because the raw photos already appeared with this halo. Now I ask you: is there any way to remove them from the photo? I have already tried the stain removal and stamping brush, but without much success. Do you have any suggestions or can I consider the lost photos for Jetphotos? Grateful for the attention!
    If you reprocess the images from the raw file with all settings at 0, you should not have any such effects. If you only have jpegs however, there is nothing you can do to remove them.

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  • rafaelfreitas
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    Help - Halo

    Hello friends! I noticed a problem in my photos related to a dark halo around some parts of the plane. I think it's because of the active D-light, because the raw photos already appeared with this halo. Now I ask you: is there any way to remove them from the photo? I have already tried the stain removal and stamping brush, but without much success. Do you have any suggestions or can I consider the lost photos for Jetphotos? Grateful for the attention!

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
    Friends, help me please! I still have difficulties in this photo. I have already adjusted the contrast several times

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    Perhaps I wasn't clear enough before: with the light conditions as they were, it will be pretty much impossible to make this image acceptable for submission. The sky is nearly blown out, while there is no direct light on the aircraft. You cannot fix this with editing.

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  • rafaelfreitas
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    Friends, help me please! I still have difficulties in this photo. I have already adjusted the contrast several times

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