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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Both are a bit too low in the frame, especially the first.
    Thanks, have re-cropped and now queued.

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    Another couple for feedback please

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Another couple for feedback please

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    1. centering
    2. oversharpened, contrast/dark

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    1. centering
    2. oversharpened, contrast/dark
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    Tweaked both. Hopefully acceptable now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
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    Tweaked both. Hopefully acceptable now.
    1. centering (worse than previous)
    2. contrast

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    1. centering (worse than previous)
    My bad, assumed it was too high so went lower.

    Is the Thomas Cook now under constrasted or still over? I don't want to make an assumption like the Easyjet centering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    My bad, assumed it was too high so went lower.

    Is the Thomas Cook now under constrasted or still over? I don't want to make an assumption like the Easyjet centering.

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    Looks like it was a bit overcast so there is a lack of direct light. This means weak contrast, but is also not something that is easy to fix by simply playing with the contrast slider either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Looks like it was a bit overcast so there is a lack of direct light. This means weak contrast, but is also not something that is easy to fix by simply playing with the contrast slider either.
    I'll abandon that one then, thanks for the advice.

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    Good Evening,

    Another 2 for advice please

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Good Evening,

    Another 2 for advice please

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    Both low in the frame and the first also a little dark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Both low in the frame and the first also a little dark.
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    Re cropped and the TUI lightnened a little. Hopefully should be OK now

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
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    Re cropped and the TUI lightnened a little. Hopefully should be OK now
    1. dark/contrast, borderline centering
    2. borderline centering

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    1. dark/contrast, borderline centering
    2. borderline centering
    Thanks for the advice. I seem to be having particular issue recently on the centering front. The overlay guide you use that is visible to us when an image is in the queue, is there any way to have access to this before queueing an image?
    I have tried to replicate it in photoshop and GIMP both with no luck. If not I'll muddle on the way I am, I just dont wan't too keep submitting the same images for prescreen as that is im sure that is quite irritating for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Thanks for the advice. I seem to be having particular issue recently on the centering front. The overlay guide you use that is visible to us when an image is in the queue, is there any way to have access to this before queueing an image?
    No, but as a simple guide, try to place as much space between the top of the fuselage and the top of the frame as there is between the bottom of the fuselage and the bottom of the frame.

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    Hopefully my centering issues are sorted now, the 757 was a particuar headache due to the angle.

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    fingers crossed

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Hopefully my centering issues are sorted now, the 757 was a particuar headache due to the angle.

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ID:	26447 using some of the drawing tools built into PS, I make this out to be 0.4cm out from dead centre. hopefully this is within margin now.

    fingers crossed
    Centering fine for both; first still likely a dark/contrast rejection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Centering fine for both; first still likely a dark/contrast rejection.
    Thanks for the advice as always. I think I'll abandon the first - I think it's beyond my ability to bring up to standard.

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    Good evening,

    would you please advise on the following 2 for me

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ID:	26859I've a horrible feeling this will be classed as backlit, although in reality the sun was almost head on. Still may mean lack of light on the aircraft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Good evening,

    would you please advise on the following 2 for me

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ID:	26859I've a horrible feeling this will be classed as backlit, although in reality the sun was almost head on. Still may mean lack of light on the aircraft.

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    First should be ok, but second likely to be classified as backlit (or dark), yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    First should be ok, but second likely to be classified as backlit (or dark), yes.
    Thanks for the confirmation, shame but never mind.
    Here's another few to cast your eye over when you have chance please

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