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    Hello, need some guidance about halo's. First of both photo's were rejected due to editing halo's.
    I have difficulties spotting them and correcting them.
    I think it's about the black & white lines at the edges of the aircraft

    I tried to use the method from the Youtube video linked in the tips & tricks, but I'm not quite sure if this helps to remove.
    The second picture is with the corrections.

    Please advice if this would be sufficient, or if the halo's are somewhere els. And how could I prevent them in the future.

    Kind Regards

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    Originally posted by dermeister View Post
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    Hello, need some guidance about halo's. First of both photo's were rejected due to editing halo's.
    I have difficulties spotting them and correcting them.
    I think it's about the black & white lines at the edges of the aircraft

    I tried to use the method from the Youtube video linked in the tips & tricks, but I'm not quite sure if this helps to remove.
    The second picture is with the corrections.

    Please advice if this would be sufficient, or if the halo's are somewhere els. And how could I prevent them in the future.

    Kind Regards
    No, editing halos have nothing to do with sharpening in this case (or most cases, really). The halos here refer to where the sky is much darker around certain areas of the aircraft than others. These are mostly caused by in-camera or post-processing editing effects, namely D-Lighting, Clarity, De-haze, Shadow/Highlight, etc.. Almost certainly the halos are being caused by one of those, so if you want to avoid halos, you first need to figure out which exactly of those is causing them in the first place.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
      No, editing halos have nothing to do with sharpening in this case (or most cases, really). The halos here refer to where the sky is much darker around certain areas of the aircraft than others. These are mostly caused by in-camera or post-processing editing effects, namely D-Lighting, Clarity, De-haze, Shadow/Highlight, etc.. Almost certainly the halos are being caused by one of those, so if you want to avoid halos, you first need to figure out which exactly of those is causing them in the first place.
      Hi, thanks for the response.
      Ok, I'll try first to adjust the things I can do for the moment with the already taken photo's and try to limit clarity & dehaze at first.
      Is there any way I can spot the halos in an easy way, so I can take all the actions possible to try to limit them before uploading?
      I can spot the basic "mistakes", but my eye is not trained enough to see these halos yet

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      • #4
        Originally posted by dermeister View Post
        Hi, thanks for the response.
        Ok, I'll try first to adjust the things I can do for the moment with the already taken photo's and try to limit clarity & dehaze at first.
        Is there any way I can spot the halos in an easy way, so I can take all the actions possible to try to limit them before uploading?
        I can spot the basic "mistakes", but my eye is not trained enough to see these halos yet
        True, those of us looking at 400-500 images a day are more attuned to spot this kind of thing (I can see really bad halos from a thumbnail even); I suggest that whatever you do to check for dust spots, use the same technique to check for halos. They will usually both show up in the same way.

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