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  • #76
    Hi all, regarding https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7905773. Obviously the colour can be fixed, but can you please advise on the dust spots. I've equalized in both photoshop and also using the JetPhotos equivalent, and cannot find any. Can you please advise where the dust spot is. Thanks, Robbie

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    • #77
      Originally posted by VH-ROB View Post
      Hi all, regarding https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7905773. Obviously the colour can be fixed, but can you please advise on the dust spots. I've equalized in both photoshop and also using the JetPhotos equivalent, and cannot find any. Can you please advise where the dust spot is. Thanks, Robbie
      I see all sorts of specks below the aircraft, though I doubt they're actually dust spots on your sensor.

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      • #78
        Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

        I see all sorts of specks below the aircraft, though I doubt they're actually dust spots on your sensor.
        Thanks Dana, I'll try a different shot and re-upload

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        • #79
          Hi all, regarding these three images, for a while now I've been having a bit of trouble in terms of Overexposed. Can you please advise if they are now suitable for acceptance as I'm a bit worried, especially with the Qantas 737, that if I take any more exposure off the colours will become washed out. Many Thanks, Robbie
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          • #80
            Originally posted by VH-ROB View Post
            Hi all, regarding these three images, for a while now I've been having a bit of trouble in terms of Overexposed. Can you please advise if they are now suitable for acceptance as I'm a bit worried, especially with the Qantas 737, that if I take any more exposure off the colours will become washed out. Many Thanks, Robbie
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            Sorry, not sure what you've done to the two images of the aircraft on static display, but they look terrible. Are those equalized versions you've posted by accident? The colors, contrast, and exposure are all badly off. The Qantas is much closer to being reasonable, just slightly overexposed/harsh contrast. The other two should be binned immediately if that's what the originals actually look like.

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            • #81
              Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

              Sorry, not sure what you've done to the two images of the aircraft on static display, but they look terrible. Are those equalized versions you've posted by accident? The colors, contrast, and exposure are all badly off. The Qantas is much closer to being reasonable, just slightly overexposed/harsh contrast. The other two should be binned immediately if that's what the originals actually look like.
              Hi Dana, those two aren't originals nor equalized, the originals are much brighter, will bin them. Will try fix up the Qantas. Many Thanks.

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              • #82
                Originally posted by VH-ROB View Post

                Hi Dana, those two aren't originals nor equalized, the originals are much brighter, will bin them.
                If that's the case, you would definitely want to look at your camera settings. No way they should come out looking like that if everything is set properly. Highlights are completely blown out and colors are extremely oversaturated. Were they taken with a different camera than normal?

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                • #83
                  Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                  If that's the case, you would definitely want to look at your camera settings. No way they should come out looking like that if everything is set properly. Highlights are completely blown out and colors are extremely oversaturated. Were they taken with a different camera than normal?
                  Nope. Just my normal 80D & 600D. ISO was overly high as I stupidly forgot to change it after taking some interior shots of a Globemaster. Have attached the full size originals.
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                  • #84
                    Originally posted by VH-ROB View Post

                    Nope. Just my normal 80D & 600D. ISO was overly high as I stupidly forgot to change it after taking some interior shots of a Globemaster. Have attached the full size originals.
                    Ok.. those looks slightly overexposed of course, but nowhere nearly as bad as the versions in your previous post. What steps exactly did you take in between?

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                    • #85
                      Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                      Ok.. those looks slightly overexposed of course, but nowhere nearly as bad as the versions in your previous post. What steps exactly did you take in between?
                      All that was done was reduce the exposure, sharpen and noise reduction. The Challenger also had a bit of straightening. Apart from that, nothing.

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                      • #86
                        Originally posted by VH-ROB View Post

                        All that was done was reduce the exposure, sharpen and noise reduction. The Challenger also had a bit of straightening. Apart from that, nothing.
                        Just trying to help, but my best guess is the 'reduce the exposure' step is what caused the problems. Just look at the color of the tail on the 1900 in the 'original' (nearly white, as it should be) compared to the version you first posted (garish blue). Whatever steps you took to try to recover the blown out highlights is likely what it causing that.

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                        • #87
                          Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                          Just trying to help, but my best guess is the 'reduce the exposure' step is what caused the problems. Just look at the color of the tail on the 1900 in the 'original' (nearly white, as it should be) compared to the version you first posted (garish blue). Whatever steps you took to try to recover the blown out highlights is likely what it causing that.
                          Appreciate the help Dana, think they're best off wasting space on my hard drive/personal collection

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                          • #88
                            Hi all, regarding https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8004449. Obviously, soft can be fixed. However, window glare/dirt I'm not so sure about. Is there any way of this shot being edited enough that it would be acceptable for the database.

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                            • #89
                              Originally posted by VH-ROB View Post
                              Hi all, regarding https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8004449. Obviously, soft can be fixed. However, window glare/dirt I'm not so sure about. Is there any way of this shot being edited enough that it would be acceptable for the database.
                              Glare/reflection on both edges of the frame. Not fixable.

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                              • #90
                                Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                                Glare/reflection on both edges of the frame. Not fixable.
                                That's what I was worried about. Thanks Dana

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