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    Quote Originally Posted by matt737 View Post
    Is this better? I started the edit over, kept the same light settings, adjusted the crop because the plane was too high in frame, and took it easy with the noise reduction.
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    Don't see much of an issue with the editing here. Honestly, at ISO100, you shouldn't really need to apply any NR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Don't see much of an issue with the editing here. Honestly, at ISO100, you shouldn't really need to apply any NR.
    So then it should be accepted then?

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    I've got some private jets here to be pre-screened...
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    Also, when submitting to the queue, I select "private" as the airline correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt737 View Post
    So then it should be accepted then?
    A touch low and soft, but may be ok.

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    I've got some private jets here to be pre-screened...
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    Also, when submitting to the queue, I select "private" as the airline correct?
    Both dark, soft, and overprocessed.

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    Is this better? I brightened up the Phenom, and removed the halo around the cockpit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matt737 View Post
    Is this better? I brightened up the Phenom, and removed the halo around the cockpit.
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    It has a strong purple colour cast, depending on the browser used. Classic symptom of using ProPhoto RGB instead of sRGB as colour space. Please save it with colour space set to sRGB

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    Quote Originally Posted by LX-A343 View Post
    It has a strong purple colour cast, depending on the browser used. Classic symptom of using ProPhoto RGB instead of sRGB as colour space. Please save it with colour space set to sRGB
    I'm sorry, but can you explain what sRGB is and how to save it like that? Thanks.

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    Hey

    sRGB explained in english: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SRGB
    How to save (Windows 10 and Adobe Photoshop Elements 15): File>Save as>Tick "ICC Profil sRGB"Click image for larger version. 

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    and a small guide here: https://om4.com.au/client/preparing-images-color-profiles-srgb-adobe-rgb/

    Hope this helps, have a nice day.
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    Is this better? I went to the websites that Julian provided and followed the directions, so here it is, with sRGB selected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matt737 View Post
    Is this better? I went to the websites that Julian provided and followed the directions, so here it is, with sRGB selected.
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    This would be rejected for soft, compression, overprocessing and/or manipulation. Whatever you've done to the sky is not good. It is also saved in the wrong color space again. sRGB is necessary for the color to display correctly, but you have again saved it in ProPhoto RGB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt737 View Post
    Is this better? I went to the websites that Julian provided and followed the directions, so here it is, with sRGB selected.
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    The same again. If I open the photo in Safari, colours look OK, in Firefox the sky is purple.

    To save with the correct colour space, follow the instructions here: https://forums.jetphotos.com/showthr...obe-RGB-please

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    How are these?
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    Quote Originally Posted by matt737 View Post
    How are these?
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    1-4 dark, soft
    5. soft/blurry, contrast, compression

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    Ok, so I realized that 1 and 5 would not make it into the database, even with editing, so I dropped those, and brightened and sharpened the other three.

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    Also, as a side note, this was my first time shooting in overcast conditions, if anyone has any suggestions on how to get better pictures in this type of weather, please share them with me, I want to improve during cloudy conditions like when these were taken. Thanks!

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    To me 1 and 2 look over saturated, 1 appears to have slight motion blur too looking at the front of the fuselage. 2 is definitely dark and low contrast, same for 3. That's just me though.
    My best recommendation for overcast conditions is unless you have something really special, you are better off staying home lol. I've tried and tried, heavy overcast shots just don't come out good, not even for my personal collection!

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    Ok I guess just some for my collection then! Thanks for the feedback!

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt737 View Post
    Ok I guess just some for my collection then! Thanks for the feedback!
    No problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt737 View Post
    Ok, so I realized that 1 and 5 would not make it into the database, even with editing, so I dropped those, and brightened and sharpened the other three.

    1.Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Southwest 737 MAX 8 N8706W JP-.jpg 
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    2.Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Southwest 737-700 N933WN JP-.jpg 
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ID:	11795
    3.Click image for larger version. 

Name:	United 737-700 N24729 JP-.jpg 
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ID:	11796

    Also, as a side note, this was my first time shooting in overcast conditions, if anyone has any suggestions on how to get better pictures in this type of weather, please share them with me, I want to improve during cloudy conditions like when these were taken. Thanks!
    1-2 dark, soft
    3. contrast, overprocessed (editing halos)

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    Where are the editing halos on number 3?

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt737 View Post
    Where are the editing halos on number 3?
    You can see them around the darker areas mostly of the airplane, tail, winglet, nose gear

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