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  • Sergio Canobbio
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    Hello. May I ask for a pre-screening evaluation? Thank you.

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  • Sergio Canobbio
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    Originally posted by Alex - Spot-This ! View Post
    It's sharp in front but the bottom looks soft, this is probably due to the lack of depth of field. I recommend not going under F.8 with your lense (that was 6.3 there)

    Regards
    Alex
    Thank you. I always set the camera very open with airplanes, in order to increase speed, but indeed if the plane is not on axis the depth of field could not be sufficient. I will remember this!

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  • Sergio Canobbio
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    ^ Thank you very much everybody!

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  • Alex - Spot-This !
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    Originally posted by Sergio Canobbio View Post
    What about this photo? I have checked jaggies and it seems ok. However, is composition acceptable, or would it be better to crop the right wing in order to center the fuselage? Thank you.

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    It's sharp in front but the bottom looks soft, this is probably due to the lack of depth of field. I recommend not going under F.8 with your lense (that was 6.3 there)

    Regards
    Alex

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  • enzocmte
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    in my opinion need more space on the edges especially in the wing, needs to be centralized, I think, my opinion, regards.

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  • enzocmte
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    Hello! the first one in my opinion is blurry, you can check that the landing gear is blurred, the second look at the oversharp in the shadows. regards

    QUOTE=Sergio Canobbio;670081]Hello.

    I have some trouble understanding what is the correct amount of "sharpening" requested for a good pic in jetphotos and how to achieve it. Can someone give me some advice or point out some good tutorial about that? I normally use the raw/output Sharpener Pro 3 tools from Nik collection, but I'm still wondering about the various settings in them.

    Here are two photos I got rejected. Any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you!

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  • Anatal
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    I think it just need a bit of CCW rotation.

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  • Sergio Canobbio
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    What about this photo? I have checked jaggies and it seems ok. However, is composition acceptable, or would it be better to crop the right wing in order to center the fuselage? Thank you.

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  • Sergio Canobbio
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    Originally posted by vcruvinel View Post
    Sergio, I`m not from the crew, but IMHO the photo #1 is blurry in the wheels from the front and add more sharpening will not correct it, but it`s just an opinion. About photo #2, as you can see, there are jaggies around the SWISS logo/name, so this one is oversharpened. When you have a lot of jaggies it`s normally indicate that the photos is oversharpened.


    About the settings, I use the Smart Sharpen Tool from PS, so I sharpen the image in full size and after resize to the upload size, if necessary, I apply a bit more sharpen. And also...try to see more photos in JP to take some base to your photos.

    Cheers,

    Vinicius
    Thank you very much, Vinicius. These are very useful infos.

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  • vcruvinel
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    Originally posted by Sergio Canobbio View Post
    Hello.

    I have some trouble understanding what is the correct amount of "sharpening" requested for a good pic in jetphotos and how to achieve it. Can someone give me some advice or point out some good tutorial about that? I normally use the raw/output Sharpener Pro 3 tools from Nik collection, but I'm still wondering about the various settings in them.

    Here are two photos I got rejected. Any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you!

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    Sergio, I`m not from the crew, but IMHO the photo #1 is blurry in the wheels from the front and add more sharpening will not correct it, but it`s just an opinion. About photo #2, as you can see, there are jaggies around the SWISS logo/name, so this one is oversharpened. When you have a lot of jaggies it`s normally indicate that the photos is oversharpened.


    About the settings, I use the Smart Sharpen Tool from PS, so I sharpen the image in full size and after resize to the upload size, if necessary, I apply a bit more sharpen. And also...try to see more photos in JP to take some base to your photos.

    Cheers,

    Vinicius

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  • Sergio Canobbio
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    Sergio - Editing advice

    Hello.

    I have some trouble understanding what is the correct amount of "sharpening" requested for a good pic in jetphotos and how to achieve it. Can someone give me some advice or point out some good tutorial about that? I normally use the raw/output Sharpener Pro 3 tools from Nik collection, but I'm still wondering about the various settings in them.

    Here are two photos I got rejected. Any advice would be much appreciated. Thank you!

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