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  • #31
    Originally posted by Ben Long View Post
    Hi screeners,
    I'd love some prescreening on these photos from ZRH:
    Many thanks
    All images are too soft/noisy for 1920pix.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

      All images are too soft/noisy for 1920pix.
      Okay cheers dlowwa.
      Do you think if I just use 1280px the shots will have a higher likelihood of uploading?

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Ben Long View Post

        Okay cheers dlowwa.
        Do you think if I just use 1280px the shots will have a higher likelihood of uploading?
        Would need to see them before I could say.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

          Would need to see them before I could say.
          Okay cheers,
          I've attached them at 1280px - no edit changes, exported at highest quality. Click image for larger version

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Ben Long View Post

            Okay cheers,
            I've attached them at 1280px - no edit changes, exported at highest quality. Click image for larger version

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            Most a bit soft, but should be easy to fix.

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            • #36
              Hi screeners,

              I'd love some prescreening on these images.

              Thanks in advance. Click image for larger version

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Ben Long View Post
                Hi screeners,

                I'd love some prescreening on these images.

                Thanks in advance. Click image for larger version

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                Maybe a touch soft on a few of them but otherwise ok for me.

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                • #38
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                  I've got a few artistic/creative shots that I love the look of and I just want to know whether or not they are uploadable.

                  Cheers,
                  Ben Long

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Ben Long View Post
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                    I've got a few artistic/creative shots that I love the look of and I just want to know whether or not they are uploadable.

                    Cheers,
                    Ben Long
                    1. borderline too far/dark/contrast
                    2. dark/contrast
                    3. cut off/centering

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                      1. borderline too far/dark/contrast
                      2. dark/contrast
                      3. cut off/centering
                      Hi dlowwa,

                      Thanks for your response. I've done some re-edits and would love to see what you think.

                      With the fighter jet image, there was very high contrast because the jet was flying in front of a very bright part of the sky, and therefore the jet was a silhouette, so I'm not sure which part is too dark given that the background is so bright. I'd love to know what particular problems with contrast and exposure you believe exist.
                      Also with the Caravan image, I have changed the image to 16:10 so that the aft fuselage and right wingtip have equal space between the frame on each respective side. I'm not really interested in the left horizontal stabilizer, and think it is best cut off since I think the shot is designed to show the sun peaking over the right wing.

                      Please let me know what you think! Thanks for your help! Click image for larger version

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by Ben Long View Post

                        Hi dlowwa,

                        Thanks for your response. I've done some re-edits and would love to see what you think.

                        With the fighter jet image, there was very high contrast because the jet was flying in front of a very bright part of the sky, and therefore the jet was a silhouette, so I'm not sure which part is too dark given that the background is so bright. I'd love to know what particular problems with contrast and exposure you believe exist.
                        Also with the Caravan image, I have changed the image to 16:10 so that the aft fuselage and right wingtip have equal space between the frame on each respective side. I'm not really interested in the left horizontal stabilizer, and think it is best cut off since I think the shot is designed to show the sun peaking over the right wing.

                        Please let me know what you think! Thanks for your help! Click image for larger version

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                        1. borderline, but maybe acceptable
                        2. still probably dark/contrast, but someone might find it acceptable
                        3. cut off/centering. Upper-right of frame mostly blown out sky.

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                        • #42
                          Hi screeners,

                          I'd love some prescreening on this night shot that I took. For the record, I have framed the aircraft so that there is equal spacing between the left and right edge of the image and the right horizontal stabiliser and aircraft nose respectively. I tried to frame it so that the fwd and aft fuselage had equal spacing, however the image looked really awkward..

                          Thanks for your help!

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Ben Long View Post
                            Hi screeners,

                            I'd love some prescreening on this night shot that I took. For the record, I have framed the aircraft so that there is equal spacing between the left and right edge of the image and the right horizontal stabiliser and aircraft nose respectively. I tried to frame it so that the fwd and aft fuselage had equal spacing, however the image looked really awkward..

                            Thanks for your help!

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                            Probably better cropping it a bit tighter on the left and right.

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                            • #44
                              Hi guys,
                              I'm not necessarily planning on uploading this image to the DB however I was editing some of my shots from today and found that the verticals on this image were rather interesting to correct. Some of the verticals on the shipping container indicate that the image is level, however others indicate a unlevel image. The fence, of course, is crooked, and the light pole itself seems to be level but bending inwards towards the top and is having to be supported at the base, indicating that it may be crooked. From memory, a few of the light poles in the GA precinct at my local airport are like this. The gate verticals on the far left of the image also indicate that the image is slightly unlevel.

                              Low story short, I was wondering on your take on whether this image is level or not, and if not which way do you recommend I should rotate it and align with which vertical.

                              Thanks in advance,
                              Ben.Click image for larger version

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Ben Long View Post
                                Hi guys,
                                I'm not necessarily planning on uploading this image to the DB however I was editing some of my shots from today and found that the verticals on this image were rather interesting to correct. Some of the verticals on the shipping container indicate that the image is level, however others indicate a unlevel image. The fence, of course, is crooked, and the light pole itself seems to be level but bending inwards towards the top and is having to be supported at the base, indicating that it may be crooked. From memory, a few of the light poles in the GA precinct at my local airport are like this. The gate verticals on the far left of the image also indicate that the image is slightly unlevel.

                                Low story short, I was wondering on your take on whether this image is level or not, and if not which way do you recommend I should rotate it and align with which vertical.

                                Thanks in advance,
                                Ben.Click image for larger version

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                                Pretty close to acceptable (for me anyway), though I might give it just a touch of CW.

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