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  • #31
    Thank you Alex!

    That was strange for me. I don't know what I touched to make it compressed in Lightroom. Is this a better one to try out. Again, I am still worried about how soft it is and it it is recoverable. Thank you all for your help!

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    • #32
      I am still looking for some advice from my post yesterday (7/22/19), but I would also appreciate some guidance on these other photos that I took from that day as well. Thank you so much!

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      • #33
        Originally posted by mplace View Post
        I am still looking for some advice from my post yesterday (7/22/19), but I would also appreciate some guidance on these other photos that I took from that day as well. Thank you so much!

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        All three borderline dark, and the first also a touch soft.

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        • #34
          Hi again! I would liked to have this photo pre-screened. I am worried about the horizon and the contrast in the photo and whether this is acceptable or can be edited for JP. Thank you for your help!

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          • #35
            Originally posted by mplace View Post
            Hi again! I would liked to have this photo pre-screened. I am worried about the horizon and the contrast in the photo and whether this is acceptable or can be edited for JP. Thank you for your help!

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            Horizon is ok, but almost certainly a color/contrast rejection as it is. Color probably fixable, contrast possibly. Would need to see the final edit before saying whether it was acceptable.

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            • #36
              Thanks for checking it out. Here is another edited version of the aircraft where I changed the color and contrast. I assumed that the white balance was a little too blue on my previous post. How else can this photo be improved? Thank you for helping me out!

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              • #37
                Originally posted by mplace View Post
                Thanks for checking it out. Here is another edited version of the aircraft where I changed the color and contrast. I assumed that the white balance was a little too blue on my previous post. How else can this photo be improved? Thank you for helping me out!

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                Color is better, but contrast is still quite poor. Not sure you can fix it with editing given the overcast light.

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                • #38
                  Hi! I just had this photo rejected in the queue for it being underexposed and the horizon being un-level. I won't argue that the photo is underexposed, but I am pretty sure it is level looking at the verticals in the picture. Before I go and submit an edited version of this, would you help me figure out how much and where the direction of rotation needs to be, if at all, to fix the horizon on this photo? Thank you!

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by mplace View Post
                    Hi! I just had this photo rejected in the queue for it being underexposed and the horizon being un-level. I won't argue that the photo is underexposed, but I am pretty sure it is level looking at the verticals in the picture. Before I go and submit an edited version of this, would you help me figure out how much and where the direction of rotation needs to be, if at all, to fix the horizon on this photo? Thank you!

                    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7669100
                    I agree with you, a bit underexposed, but the horizon looks acceptable.

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