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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkLawrence View Post
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    Was wondering about the heat haze on this - is it just the paint lines or is it somewhere else - I'm struggling on this one to see if I can find another image in the sequence and needed a reference point.

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    I didn't screen this one, but I can see it pretty much everywhere - wheels, wings, nose, cockpit, and yes cheat lines.

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    Thanks Dana!

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    Can someone please point me in the right direction for this. I have edited two different pictures in the set of this and both have bene contrast rejections. I figured the first one was too little so I added some on this version, but I'm guessing this is too much. I look at the histogram and the left side is probably what I think a little low but then I'm not a perfect histogram reader from what I can tell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkLawrence View Post
    Can someone please point me in the right direction for this. I have edited two different pictures in the set of this and both have bene contrast rejections. I figured the first one was too little so I added some on this version, but I'm guessing this is too much. I look at the histogram and the left side is probably what I think a little low but then I'm not a perfect histogram reader from what I can tell.

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    It looks as if you were slightly shooting against the light. The photo lacks shadows, the background looks brighter than the aircraft itself. Won't be easy ...

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    Thanks Geri - it was a morning shot yes - I have some earlier in the sequence that I will give a try with - I think I'll check here first before I try though.

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    Could a screener please check this for me to see if it is any better - different editing plus an earlier shot in the sequence than the others I submitted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkLawrence View Post
    Could a screener please check this for me to see if it is any better - different editing plus an earlier shot in the sequence than the others I submitted.

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    Very borderline for (weak) contrast.

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    Thanks Dana - think I'm just going to forget this series and wait for the elusive bird to come in again.

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    Could I please get a pre-screen on this image.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkLawrence View Post
    Could I please get a pre-screen on this image.

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    Backlit, dark/contrast, oversharpened, noise/compression.

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    Thought so but thought I would check - thanks Dana.

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    Could I please get a pre-screen on this - I am getting a blurry rejection on a couple of others in the series - took a totally different image this time and also trying an image from a totally other angle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkLawrence View Post
    Could I please get a pre-screen on this - I am getting a blurry rejection on a couple of others in the series - took a totally different image this time and also trying an image from a totally other angle.

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    They both look blurry to me. Check the tail on the first or the cockpit on the second photo.

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    Thanks Geri - I just seem to be having a lot of issues with my D3 at the moment and it's connection to the Sigma lens In for service I guess.....

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    I found another image in the series that doesn't seem as affected by the bluriness on the left had side of the image (I think!!) - could a screener please check and see if this would be acceptable (last try!!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkLawrence View Post
    I found another image in the series that doesn't seem as affected by the bluriness on the left had side of the image (I think!!) - could a screener please check and see if this would be acceptable (last try!!)

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    Nose is soft/blurry on this image.

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    Thanks Dana. I know I said last try last time - but - I edited it a little more for the nose and wanted to try one more time with either of these two because it's a first reg for the DB - so - this (promise) is the last time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkLawrence View Post
    Thanks Dana. I know I said last try last time - but - I edited it a little more for the nose and wanted to try one more time with either of these two because it's a first reg for the DB - so - this (promise) is the last time.

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    Hi Mark, as much as I hate it, both photos still look a bit blurry. I also checked if it was only on one side, which could be a hint to a problem with the lens, but ... nope. I don't know, if that is a problem with the lens. It's maybe simply too much zoom, maybe it was a bit windy for a handheld photo at 420mm. Who knows ....

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    Agree with Geri, looks like lens softness & heat haze are combining to cause some problems, and the images are starting to look oversharpened now as you try to compensate. I'd be they don't look too great at 100% crop..

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    Thanks Geri and Dana - there is definitely an issue with the leas as I have started to find it is rocking on the body a little bit - so - that is one thing to sort out, but also, it was a really hot day and I think that while shooting over a lot of open space, it has introduced some other issues. I will find better conditions, etc. I appreciate all the help!!!

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