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  • bapt0708
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    Originally posted by Alex - Spot-This ! View Post
    TAP Airbus seems ok. The dark tones on the DC-3 are underexposed and I wouldn't recommend to cut to tip of the prop like you did here

    Regards
    Alex
    Thank you Alex !

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  • Alex - Spot-This !
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    TAP Airbus seems ok. The dark tones on the DC-3 are underexposed and I wouldn't recommend to cut to tip of the prop like you did here

    Regards
    Alex

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  • bapt0708
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    Hello, I was wondering how those two would go in pre-screening ?
    For this one I'm worried about exposure as the histogram doesn't look very good to me
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    and for this one mostly the crop.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bapt0708 View Post
    Hello, I think this would would be rejected for underxeposure if i look at the flat thing on the right of the histogram. I'm i correct with this ?

    Also if that's true how can i manage to don't underexpose the pics because i'm using the same settings as usual but and if i add some iso or decrease the shutter speed the pic is just too bright to look at
    Too soft for 1920pix, but exposure would be acceptable for me.

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  • bapt0708
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    Hello, I think this would would be rejected for underxeposure if i look at the flat thing on the right of the histogram. I'm i correct with this ?

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    Also if that's true how can i manage to don't underexpose the pics because i'm using the same settings as usual but and if i add some iso or decrease the shutter speed the pic is just too bright to look at

    Thank you for your help.

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  • bapt0708
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    Ok, thank you for your help.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bapt0708 View Post
    Hello, with all your advice I tried to edit this shot, Is this one ok? Especially for sharpening?
    Would be ok for me, though chances would improve at a lower resolution.

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  • bapt0708
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    Hello, with all your advice I tried to edit this shot, Is this one ok? Especially for sharpening?
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bapt0708 View Post
    Thank you for your answer I tried one with a higher sharpening and the other with a lower resolution so, are they any better?
    Both would be rejected. Lower resolution means in the ~1280 range. The second image is badly oversharpened, and has no chance at 1920pix.

    Originally posted by bapt0708 View Post
    Also few questions for you:

    - For over exposition you can see when in the histogram the right side is climbing to the top right corner?

    - For sharpening how do you see that? Because I assume it's with the magnify tool, but I don't now what should I be looking for, If someone has an example to see.

    -And the last one I use photoshop and to sharpen my pics I use smart sharpen tool, with this setting; amount 100%, reduce noise 25%, remove lens blur, and I play with the radius to sharpen between 0,2 and 1. Is it the best way to do it or is there something better?

    Thank you for your help, have a nice day.
    A peak on the right edge of the histogram can indicate overexposure, yes.

    I never use the magnify tool to check sharpening, and I doubt anyone else does either, as it would be far too time-intensive. We can tell simply by looking at the image.

    The amount of sharpening needed is almost never uniform, as images are rarely all the same sharpness out of the camera. Personally, I adjust sharpening for each image as needed.

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  • bapt0708
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    Thank you for your answer I tried one with a higher sharpening and the other with a lower resolution so, are they any better?

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    Also few questions for you:

    - For over exposition you can see when in the histogram the right side is climbing to the top right corner?

    - For sharpening how do you see that? Because I assume it's with the magnify tool, but I don't now what should I be looking for, If someone has an example to see.

    -And the last one I use photoshop and to sharpen my pics I use smart sharpen tool, with this setting; amount 100%, reduce noise 25%, remove lens blur, and I play with the radius to sharpen between 0,2 and 1. Is it the best way to do it or is there something better?

    Thank you for your help, have a nice day.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bapt0708 View Post
    Hello, may I get a pre-screening of those two please? I'm worried about the softness and the over exposition? As I think of my pics I am always borderline for the softness and still can't really tell if a pic is soft or no, and always worried to do an over-sharpened pic.
    Exposure looks ok, but yes softness/sharpening may be an issue. You would benefit from submitting at a lower resolution.

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  • bapt0708
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    Hello, may I get a pre-screening of those two please? I'm worried about the softness and the over exposition? As I think of my pics I am always borderline for the softness and still can't really tell if a pic is soft or no, and always worried to do an over-sharpened pic. Thank you for your help.
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  • bapt0708
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    Thank you, may i ask for a pre-screening on those 5 please.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bapt0708 View Post
    Hello, may i have a pre-screening for those 5 please.
    1. horizon, borderline (harsh) contrast
    2-5. soft, heat hazed

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  • bapt0708
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    Hello, may i have a pre-screening for those 5 please.

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