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    Hi Kyle,
    They both lack contrast but I doubt you could improve them much more due to the bad weather. To keep for personal collection I'm afraid

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    Thanks for the quick reply and feedback Alex. When you mention contrast, do you mean the aircraft doesn't 'stand out' enough? I can understand the first one in that sense, but the second is well exposed and I would have thought the contrast is okay due to the many reflections? Thanks again Alex.

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    on the second one I agree the fuselage is rightfully exposed given the conditions but the background is brighter than the plane itself and there's too little difference between the plane and sky.
    On such weather condition try to always look for a spot where you have a darker background, like a forest or terminal building

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    Okay, thanks for the further information. With that in mind, I have a feeling that these images may have similar issues...however...maybe not. Also, I know we're only allowed pre-screening once every 24hrs, but I'll just post these shots now for next time. Thanks for the help Alex.

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    They all have a contrast problem, weather is not good. 3-5 also are too soft

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    Okay, thank you all for your feedback. I certainly do understand the weather was a major let down, so I have tried to create more contrast between the aircraft and backgrounds - mainly by detail extraction. Maybe there is a slight improvement here...? Thank you very much...I promise, this is the last time I try with these images!

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    Sorry but even if they show more details they also show way too much noise. 1st one also looks over edited while 5th is clearly down in terms of quality

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    Okay Alex. Thanks for the feedback and your time.

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    Hello, how are these photos? Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KyleMcKinlay View Post
    Hello, how are these photos? Thank you!

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    1+2 soft and over saturated
    looks acceptable
    tad soft and dark
    tad soft

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    Great, thanks for the feedback. I've uploaded 3 and tried to improve 1,2,4,5. How are they now? Thank you very much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KyleMcKinlay View Post
    Great, thanks for the feedback. I've uploaded 3 and tried to improve 1,2,4,5. How are they now? Thank you very much!

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    Borderline oversharpened now, but would be acceptable for me.

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    Thank you for the feedback dlowwa! How are these shots? Feeling more confident with the first than the others. Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KyleMcKinlay View Post
    Thank you for the feedback dlowwa! How are these shots? Feeling more confident with the first than the others. Thank you!

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    All of them maybe a wee bit underexposed, even for a night shot. But sure worth a try.

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    Okay, thank you! Will try and brighten up a little, just don't want to overexposed the aircraft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KyleMcKinlay View Post
    Okay, thank you! Will try and brighten up a little, just don't want to overexposed the aircraft.
    Try to adjust the curves, leaning the highlights as they are, but brightening up the midtones and shadows just a tiny bit.

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    Thanks, I never seen this but did that anyway. How are these two shots? Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KyleMcKinlay View Post
    Thanks, I never seen this but did that anyway. How are these two shots? Thank you!

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    They should be ok.

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    Great, thanks dlowwa!

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    I've deleted this one from the queue as I think I've maybe spotted a few dust spots, an I right, or is it just me...? Thanks.

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