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    I added contrast for this one:
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    I added blur for these 2 i don't know if it's the good setting to change for the overprocessing
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    Is this better or not ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    I added contrast for this one:
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    I added blur for these 2 i don't know if it's the good setting to change for the overprocessing
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    Is this better or not ?
    1. overprocessed, borderline soft/contrast. will never be better than borderline due to the angle of the aircraft/light.
    2. borderline soft
    3. overprocessed

    Overprocessed = editing halos.

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    I added sharpen for this one:
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    And two other questions:
    For the borderline the picture has a chance to be accepted or not ?
    for example you said previously for this one:
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    4. borderline contrast
    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    will never be better than borderline due to the angle of the aircraft/light.
    So this photo will be acceptable for JP because the borderline is the best that it can be, or not acceptable for JP ?

    Second question if i understood what you said previously the editing halos can't be fixed. But can be avoided in the first place (with the RAW file ?) and how the halos can be avoided ?


    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    I added sharpen for this one:
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    Oversharpened now.

    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    For the borderline the picture has a chance to be accepted or not ?
    for example you said previously for this one:
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    So this photo will be acceptable for JP because the borderline is the best that it can be, or not acceptable for JP ?
    Borderline = may or may not be acceptable. Neither good, nor bad enough to say for certain.

    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    Second question if i understood what you said previously the editing halos can't be fixed. But can be avoided in the first place (with the RAW file ?) and how the halos can be avoided ?
    RAW files should generally not have any halos, since they have not had any editing/processing applied to them, so reprocessing a new jpeg from the RAW without whichever step introduced the halos in the first place should yield better results.

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    Reworked this one, is it better ?
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    An other question for the halos, this is the original picture of the 747 (i just resized it and centered)
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    Which step can introduce halos ?
    And how can you see halos ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    Reworked this one, is it better ?
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    Maybe a touch soft, but ok for me.

    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    An other question for the halos, this is the original picture of the 747 (i just resized it and centered)
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    Which step can introduce halos ?
    Don't see any halos on this; usually they result from using such features as clarity, de-haze, shadow/highlight, etc..

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Maybe a touch soft, but ok for me.
    I uploaded it. Thank you.

    now i edit the 747, are there any halos on this one ? And is it good ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    I uploaded it. Thank you.

    now i edit the 747, are there any halos on this one ? And is it good ?
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    Soft and dust spots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlowwa View Post
    Soft and dust spots.
    Is it better now ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    Is it better now ?
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    Oversharpened and dust spots.

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    Reworked it, is it better ? I didn't see any more dust spots where are they ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    Reworked it, is it better ? I didn't see any more dust spots where are they ?
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    Soft, and at least one dust spot below tail.

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    Reworked it.
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    I still can't see anything, but i passed the corrector below the tail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    Reworked it.
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    I still can't see anything, but i passed the corrector below the tail.
    Overprocessed/manipulation for bad edit/dust removal below tail, and oversharpened. Not going to comment on this image any more.

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    No problem, your help is really appreciated.

    May i have a pre-screening please.
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    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    No problem, your help is really appreciated.

    May i have a pre-screening please.
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    Thank you.
    1. soft
    2. borderline soft/horizon
    3. soft, overprocessed

    Don't see any dust spots, but the birds would be better off removed since some could consider them dirt.

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    I reworked all of them.
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    I removed some birds.
    What are you saying by horizon ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    I reworked all of them.
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    I removed some birds.
    What are you saying by horizon ?
    1. ok
    2. needs CW rotation
    3. still soft towards nose & birds

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    I lined up the photos with the building is it better ?
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    Removed the birds and added sharpening.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bapt0708 View Post
    I lined up the photos with the building is it better ?
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    1. still needs CW. also soft in spots
    2. oversharpened now

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