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    Processing suggestions are welcome

    I'm trying not to crash and burn at the first upload...

    Thanks
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    Originally posted by JMS View Post
    Processing suggestions are welcome

    I'm trying not to crash and burn at the first upload...

    Thanks
    A bit soft and dark. Could also be cropped a wee bit tighter. But all in all, should be an easy fix.
    My photos on Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/geridominguez

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    • #3
      Please also submit with sRGB color profile. Submitting with the current Adobe RGB 1998 will lead to a color rejection.

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      • #4
        Thank you for the feedback.
        Here is the update and this is what I've done:
        - tighter cropped
        - sharped the image
        - brighten the image

        Those changes really made a huge diference.
        I've also converted do sRGB using Gimp, I'm a Linux user. I've also change the camera configuration to sRGB.

        Any suggestions are welcome.

        Thank you
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        • #5
          Originally posted by JMS View Post
          Thank you for the feedback.
          Here is the update and this is what I've done:
          - tighter cropped
          - sharped the image
          - brighten the image

          Those changes really made a huge diference.
          I've also converted do sRGB using Gimp, I'm a Linux user. I've also change the camera configuration to sRGB.

          Any suggestions are welcome.

          Thank you
          Still a touch dark (and low in the frame), but definitely better, and would be good enough if it came to me.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
            Still a touch dark (and low in the frame), but definitely better, and would be good enough if it came to me.
            "low in the frame" should I use the plane radome as guide to center the image?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by JMS View Post
              "low in the frame" should I use the plane radome as guide to center the image?
              Usually the window line, but it is somewhat subjective.

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