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    I've been having some issues with this series of pictures - can someone advise if this is okay?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkLawrence View Post
    I've been having some issues with this series of pictures - can someone advise if this is okay?

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    Looks soft and blurry in places to me, sorry.

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    Thanks James - I'll try another in the sequence.

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    Acceptable with night shot??

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    Acceptable with night shot??
    Would be rejected for soft/blurry, and probably contrast.

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    Does this one in the set fair any better? Night shot is a given because of last light of day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkLawrence View Post
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    Does this one in the set fair any better? Night shot is a given because of last light of day.
    I'm afraid some parts are just too blurry, like the nose.

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    Thanks Alex.

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    New camera, new location, so I wanted to check and see if this would work - first in the series of pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkLawrence View Post
    New camera, new location, so I wanted to check and see if this would work - first in the series of pictures.

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    Editing halo (circular band in sky), and slightly oversharpened. The latter probably passable, the former probably not.

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    Thanks Dana - will try a slightly different edit then.

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    Dana - be interested in your thoughts on this - this is SOOC - excuse a few dust sports - but - just equalized - that is all - thoughts on the halo in the center? This is a D3 with Sigma 50-500 lens on it.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkLawrence View Post
    Dana - be interested in your thoughts on this - this is SOOC - excuse a few dust sports - but - just equalized - that is all - thoughts on the halo in the center? This is a D3 with Sigma 50-500 lens on it.Click image for larger version. 

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    No in camera processing going on? Some cameras have automatic lens correction settings applied to the files, so that might be it. Looks like vignetting correction gone wrong.

    Otherwise, some kind of lens issue likely.

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    I thought it might have been internal correction too - but - pictures taken before and after at other airports and other landscapes - no issues - LEMG pictures are spot on. These are LIRF late afternoon from the hotel I was at - something I guess with the time of day, sun location, etc. - just totally confused......

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkLawrence View Post
    I thought it might have been internal correction too - but - pictures taken before and after at other airports and other landscapes - no issues - LEMG pictures are spot on. These are LIRF late afternoon from the hotel I was at - something I guess with the time of day, sun location, etc. - just totally confused......
    If you're judging against other blue-sky images taken at other locations ok, but I don't think you'd notice such an effect in typical landscape photos.

    Excluding all else, maybe some kind of internal lens ghosting/flare?

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    Still struggling with the new camera and settings and editing - please can screeners check the attached.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkLawrence View Post
    Still struggling with the new camera and settings and editing - please can screeners check the attached.
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    There is a cyan/green cast and it is suffering from compression.

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    Thanks Dana - I edited a different one in the set - applied some different settings - any better?
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    And also this one if possible.Click image for larger version. 

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    Better yes. Still a slight cyan cast to both, but it's not too strong so they may be acceptable as they are.

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