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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    Okee-dokee..

    I've sharpened it now, and reduced the brilliance/highlights to zero, so hopefully no halos.

    Kindly confirm, and thanks for your patience.

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    I suggest a little more contrast, but other than that it should be ok.

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    Lifted the contrast just a little, and also made one other minor other adjustment - Just want to check there are still no halos visible....

    Thanks again,
    Arnold.

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    Hello.

    I've edited this photo to reduce halos as much as possible. This is the best I can get.

    Is this acceptable for the database. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    Hello.

    I've edited this photo to reduce halos as much as possible. This is the best I can get.

    Is this acceptable for the database. Thank you.

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    Don't see processing being an issue, but this would likely be rejected for soft, and probably cut off.

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    Should I sharpen it more? Im just conscious that if I sharpen it too much it becomes over processed.

    What do you suggest?

    Also where would prefer me to cut the photo? I could go back to original RAW and cut it at a different point.

    Thanks again.

    Arnold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    Should I sharpen it more? Im just conscious that if I sharpen it too much it becomes over processed.

    What do you suggest?

    Also where would prefer me to cut the photo? I could go back to original RAW and cut it at a different point.

    Thanks again.

    Arnold.
    Sharpening won't (or at least shouldn't, if you're doing it right) cause halos. Halos are caused by adjusting brightness/highlights/shadows/contrast.

    The crop is just awkward - too much aircraft for a tight shot, but obviously missing a significant part. I'd avoid cutting it altogether if possible.

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    ok - moving forward, I am trying out some new shots...

    I can't see halos, and hopefully this image is not too soft. Please advise. Thank you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    ok - moving forward, I am trying out some new shots...

    I can't see halos, and hopefully this image is not too soft. Please advise. Thank you.


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    This would be rejected for soft/blurry and overprocessed (editing halos).

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    Yippee! - Just had my first 2 photos accepted to the database - thank you for your help getting there.

    Now trying Photoshop for the first time (previously I was using Canon Photo professional - nowhere near fit for purpose for JP)...

    To that end, could you let me have your opinion of this B 777 - thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    Yippee! - Just had my first 2 photos accepted to the database - thank you for your help getting there.

    Now trying Photoshop for the first time (previously I was using Canon Photo professional - nowhere near fit for purpose for JP)...

    To that end, could you let me have your opinion of this B 777 - thank you.

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    Image is very soft.

    Congrats on your first two acceptances.

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    Good morning, dlowwa..

    Can i just check out this photo with you....many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    Good morning, dlowwa..

    Can i just check out this photo with you....many thanks.

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    Should be ok.

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    and can I run these 2 past you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    and can I run these 2 past you...

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    1. contrast, horizon (CW)
    2. cut off

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    On the Ryanair, while the horizon looks slanted, I judged it by making sure the mini-control tower is absolutely vertical. If I rotate it CW, that tower will then be leaning.

    Please confirm. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    On the Ryanair, while the horizon looks slanted, I judged it by making sure the mini-control tower is absolutely vertical. If I rotate it CW, that tower will then be leaning.

    Please confirm. Thanks.
    If the horizon is visible, it will always be a better reference than verticals near the edges

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    On the Ryanair, while the horizon looks slanted, I judged it by making sure the mini-control tower is absolutely vertical. If I rotate it CW, that tower will then be leaning.

    Please confirm. Thanks.
    I would advice to take the poles on the other side of the runway as reference. They are in the center of the photo. So with levelling the horizon to them the problem could be solved. Even the control-tower will look OK then.

    Best Regards,

    Wilko

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    Many thanks everybody.

    Can I run this one past you....hope I've got the white balance, contrast and sharpness right with this one, can't see any jagged edges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajaaron View Post
    Many thanks everybody.

    Can I run this one past you....hope I've got the white balance, contrast and sharpness right with this one, can't see any jagged edges.

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    Would be rejected for soft, centering, and color (wrong color profile).

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    disregard
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