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    Default Editing Advice - Arnold Aaron

    Still new to this...but is this up to standard?

    Thank you.

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    contrast is low and its soft, so you'll need to increase contrast and sharpening, just my 2 cents

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    Still new to this...but is this up to standard?

    Thank you.

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    Image is much too soft for 1400 pix. Start at a lower resolution like 1024 or 1200 until you've figured things out a bit more. Editing halos and dust spots also visible.

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    okey dokey...

    Here it is with the suggested improvements...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    okey dokey...

    Here it is with the suggested improvements...

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    Lots of dust spots and pretty strong halos still visible.

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    ok - thank you - how about this one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    ok - thank you - how about this one...

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    Would be rejected for soft and overprocessed.

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    Can this be improved and brought up to standard?

    Im tempted to sharpen it more, but than don't want to induce jagged edges...the colour i can bring diwn a little if its too saturated.

    Please advise, thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    Can this be improved and brought up to standard?

    Im tempted to sharpen it more, but than don't want to induce jagged edges...the colour i can bring diwn a little if its too saturated.

    Please advise, thank you.
    There are editing halos. Color is fine. Sharpening should be fixable.

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    Would this be up to standard for the database?

    I hope the contrast is right, as well as the framing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    Would this be up to standard for the database?

    I hope the contrast is right, as well as the framing...

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    Would be rejected for centering, overprocessed, and dirty.

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    Ok, please could you advise precisely how I can tine down the overprocessing..is it the saturation?

    Also is picture too high in frame? Where are the dust spots?

    The picture is improvable with these adjustments, right?

    Thank you
    Arnold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    Ok, please could you advise precisely how I can tine down the overprocessing..is it the saturation?
    Please see:

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    Editing halos
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    ...and pretty strong halos still visible.
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    There are editing halos.
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    Also is picture too high in frame?
    No, too low.

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    Where are the dust spots?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    The picture is improvable with these adjustments, right?
    Yes.

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    Cleaned the dust spot, centred, and I believe halos reduced....

    Good to go?

    Thank you for all your advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    Cleaned the dust spot, centred, and I believe halos reduced....

    Good to go?

    Thank you for all your advice.

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    Same issues remain, poor centering and very obvious halos. There's also another dust spot below the aircraft I didn't notice before.

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    How about these photos?

    Emirates - I hope centred nicely, with contrast and colours just right. I have sharpened, but not too much as to induce jaggies.

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    & this BA 777,

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    AA 777

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    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    How about these photos?

    Emirates - I hope centred nicely, with contrast and colours just right. I have sharpened, but not too much as to induce jaggies.

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    & this BA 777,

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    AA 777

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    Thank you.
    Same issues as before: overprocessing and dirty. A fair amount of noise visible on these as well.

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    Ok - In general how do I go about removing halos? - I can't seem to notice them - how do I detect them, as you do?

    Looking at this photo below, there's no dust spots, but are there halos in this photo?

    Thank you for your patience!


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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    Ok - In general how do I go about removing halos?
    You can't. You can only avoid them in the first place.

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    how do I detect them, as you do?
    Look for dark areas of the sky next to lighter parts of the aircraft, and light areas next to darker parts.

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    Looking at this photo below, there's no dust spots, but are there halos in this photo?
    No halos, but slightly dark & oversaturated.

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    ok - toned down the saturation and added a bit of brightness...

    Good to go?

    Thank you, dlowwa.

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