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    Ty for the above, I have re edited the photograph with your advice, is this any better?

    Also, could you pre screen the below?

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    Ty kindly
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    Ty for the above, I have re edited the photograph with your advice, is this any better?

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    Ty kindly
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    All will need to be converted to sRGB before uploading.
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    Likely a rejection for.. color.
    Not much point in giving further advice if you're not going to follow what was given earlier.

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    Hi there,

    Thank you for the above.

    With regards to this, I tried to following your advice in terms of converting to srgb
    And had a look online as I wasn’t overly sure how to do this, I had a look at a guide and
    Changed it on photoshop however, I’ve obviously not done it right or the setting hasn’t worked/been the right one.

    I don’t believe any of my settings have changed on photoshop or the camera either so am
    Slightly confused.

    If you can guide me on how to convert to srgb correctly then this would be most
    Appreciated, rest assured I did try I’ve just not been successful!

    Thank you kindly
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    Quote Originally Posted by darrensg5 View Post
    Hi there,

    Thank you for the above.

    With regards to this, I tried to following your advice in terms of converting to srgb
    And had a look online as I wasn’t overly sure how to do this, I had a look at a guide and
    Changed it on photoshop however, I’ve obviously not done it right or the setting hasn’t worked/been the right one.

    I don’t believe any of my settings have changed on photoshop or the camera either so am
    Slightly confused.

    If you can guide me on how to convert to srgb correctly then this would be most
    Appreciated, rest assured I did try I’ve just not been successful!

    Thank you kindly
    D
    Don't know what version of PS you're using, but for me it's Edit -> Convert to Profile -> Destination Space sRGB
    Alternately, you can just make that the default setting when you're making your jpegs, either in camera or when converting from RAW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Don't know what version of PS you're using, but for me it's Edit -> Convert to Profile -> Destination Space sRGB
    Alternately, you can just make that the default setting when you're making your jpegs, either in camera or when converting from RAW.
    Excellent, will have a look and edit accordingly, ty

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    Would the above be acceptable?..... early morning departure with this aircraft.

    Thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by darrensg5 View Post
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    Would the above be acceptable?..... early morning departure with this aircraft.

    Thank you
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    Borderline for contrast, but would probably be ok for me.

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    Thank you for the above advice!

    Received a rejection on the above for contrast which you suggested may be the case, I have tried another edit of the aircraft above with a slightly different angle, would it be acceptable or does this suffer from too poor light conditions making it suffer from contrast/underexposure?

    Thank you once again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darrensg5 View Post
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    Also probably a dark/contrast rejection. Not enough direct light on the aircraft.

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    Thank you for the above.

    How would the 3 of these get on, received a few rejections recently so just wanting to see if i'm back on track.

    Thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by darrensg5 View Post
    Thank you for the above.

    How would the 3 of these get on, received a few rejections recently so just wanting to see if i'm back on track.

    Thank you
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    1. horizon
    2. borderline/dark
    3. heat haze

    Should probably use standard sRGB color profile as a default setting as well.

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    Thank you for the above,

    How would these fair?

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by darrensg5 View Post
    Thank you for the above,

    How would these fair?

    Thank you

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    1-Bit dark
    2-Horizon, noisy sky
    3-Bit soft, noisy sky
    4-Bit soft
    5-Horizon

    Be sure that you don't apply sharpness to the sky area, as it will develop in noisy areas

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    Thank you for the above,

    May I have a quick pre-screen on the below?

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by darrensg5 View Post
    Thank you for the above,

    May I have a quick pre-screen on the below?

    Thank you

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    1. horizon (CW)
    2. ok

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    Thank you for the above, both got accepted after your suggestion on the horizon for image 1.

    Can you please pre-screen this shot, is the quality good enough? wasn't in my usual spot for this.

    A rare visitor to Glasgow though hence why it would be quite good to have it in my collection.

    Thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by darrensg5 View Post
    Thank you for the above, both got accepted after your suggestion on the horizon for image 1.

    Can you please pre-screen this shot, is the quality good enough? wasn't in my usual spot for this.

    A rare visitor to Glasgow though hence why it would be quite good to have it in my collection.

    Thank you
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    Heat haze is noticeable on this one.

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    Hi there,

    Can you please pre screen the below?



    First time properly photographing an A380 as it is now operating into GLA, thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darrensg5 View Post
    Hi there,

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    First time properly photographing an A380 as it is now operating into GLA, thank you.

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    Hello, please read here thoroughly, especially #2:

    https://forums.jetphotos.com/showthr...ning-from-crew

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