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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    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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    1. soft. contrast/poss back lit
    2 and 3 back lit
    Regards T

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    Quote Originally Posted by 777MAN View Post
    1. soft. contrast/poss back lit
    Regards T
    Hi T,

    Thanks for the advice. As per my last request on the KLM the aircraft was facing directly into the sun hence the impression of backlit. Is number 1 worth working with or is the light completely ruined it?

    Dominic

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Hi T,

    Thanks for the advice. As per my last request on the KLM the aircraft was facing directly into the sun hence the impression of backlit. Is number 1 worth working with or is the light completely ruined it?

    Dominic
    Hi Dominic
    Probably worth a go. Will depended on who screens it.
    T

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    Quote Originally Posted by 777MAN View Post
    Hi Dominic
    Probably worth a go. Will depended on who screens it.
    T
    Nice, I'll have a tinker and see what I can do.

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    Morning,

    Something a little different for me. I have a couple of airport overview/tower shots I'd appreciate you looking at and advising on.

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    The plan would be to use whichever is better, assuming they are both acceptable of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Morning,

    Something a little different for me. I have a couple of airport overview/tower shots I'd appreciate you looking at and advising on.

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    The plan would be to use whichever is better, assuming they are both acceptable of course.

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    Neither really work for me, both for quality & motive reasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Neither really work for me, both for quality & motive reasons.
    Thats fair enough. Any advice you can offer for what would constitute an acceptable shot? Give me something to try in the down time when there are no aircraft movements

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Thats fair enough. Any advice you can offer for what would constitute an acceptable shot? Give me something to try in the down time when there are no aircraft movements
    If you are referring to motive, neither crop is tight enough to constitute a tower shot, although the first almost works as a ramp view. With a bit better framing (more ramp, less sky) it might work, but part of problem is at that angle, widening the shot won't actually show you that much more of the ramp, just more grass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    If you are referring to motive, neither crop is tight enough to constitute a tower shot, although the first almost works as a ramp view. With a bit better framing (more ramp, less sky) it might work, but part of problem is at that angle, widening the shot won't actually show you that much more of the ramp, just more grass.
    Thanks for the advice, I'll have a play on future trips and see what can be achieved. Sadly without having airside access this is the only angle where an unobstructed shot can be taken.

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    Evening,

    a few more for pre-screening please

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ID:	27307 This was another early evening departure into the setting sun so will probably be classed as backlit. More than likely bad/unfixable contrast also.

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Evening,

    a few more for pre-screening please

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ID:	27307 This was another early evening departure into the setting sun so will probably be classed as backlit. More than likely bad/unfixable contrast also.

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    1. dark/contrast
    2. borderline dark
    3. backlit

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    Good Evening, another 3 for pre-screening please

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ID:	27508 When I look at an equalised version of this, there is a glow around the tail and upper fuselage which would suggest over processing. This is not something I ususally suffer from, and have done nothing different to normal. If this is the case, any suggestions? I barely touch the clarity and vibrance slider (+2 to each) and there is some lightroom sharpening and noise reduction in there (+54) but this is no more than I usually use without issue.

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    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Good Evening, another 3 for pre-screening please

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ID:	27508 When I look at an equalised version of this, there is a glow around the tail and upper fuselage which would suggest over processing. This is not something I ususally suffer from, and have done nothing different to normal. If this is the case, any suggestions? I barely touch the clarity and vibrance slider (+2 to each) and there is some lightroom sharpening and noise reduction in there (+54) but this is no more than I usually use without issue.

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    Thanks
    First a bit dark. Yes halos visible on second, either from in camera settings, or something in your workflow. Likely culprits for the latter are de-haze, clarity, vibrance, shadow/highlight, etc.. Last one would be ok for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    First a bit dark. Yes halos visible on second, either from in camera settings, or something in your workflow. Likely culprits for the latter are de-haze, clarity, vibrance, shadow/highlight, etc.. Last one would be ok for me.
    Thanks for the advice. I'll go back through my workflow and see if I can find the culprit. More frustrating than anything, as I've done nothing different to normal. I've lightned G-SUGR, hopefully is acceptable now

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Thanks for the advice. I'll go back through my workflow and see if I can find the culprit. More frustrating than anything, as I've done nothing different to normal. I've lightned G-SUGR, hopefully is acceptable now

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    Would be ok for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Would be ok for me.
    Thanks Dana,

    another few for you to look over if you would

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    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Thanks Dana,

    another few for you to look over if you would

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    Thanks
    First two a bit dark; last one would be ok for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    First two a bit dark; last one would be ok for me.
    awesome thank you, have adjusted the first two and submitted.

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    Good Evening,

    another few for you to pre-screen please.

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    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by DominicHall View Post
    Good Evening,

    another few for you to pre-screen please.

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    1. ok
    2. borderline soft
    3. ok

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