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    Thank you. Going back through some older photos and re-editing them with what I have learned over the last few months. Please advise if this photo would be acceptable.

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    A bit dark, and slight editing halos, but otherwise ok.

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    Made some adjustments on the shadows and highlights sliders and increased exposure/brightness ever so slightly to make it not as dark. Please let me know what are your thoughts. Thank you.

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    Made some adjustments on the shadows and highlights sliders and increased exposure/brightness ever so slightly to make it not as dark. Please let me know what are your thoughts. Thank you.
    Very borderline for (low) contrast.

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    Thank you. Will make some changes in the morning to see if I can correct the photo and give it a bit more contrast so it isn't borderline.

    On a side note, do photos that get submitted/accepted in 4:3 format or 16:10 format, do they get used on FR24? Thanks for all your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgkicks49 View Post
    Thank you. Will make some changes in the morning to see if I can correct the photo and give it a bit more contrast so it isn't borderline.

    On a side note, do photos that get submitted/accepted in 4:3 format or 16:10 format, do they get used on FR24? Thanks for all your help.
    Image format does not play a factor in FR24 usage.

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    Changed a few things to help increase the contrast. Thank you.

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    Changed a few things to help increase the contrast. Thank you.
    Would be acceptable for me.

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    Thank you for your assistance with the previous photos. Please take a look at these photos for pre-screening. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgkicks49 View Post
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    Thank you for your assistance with the previous photos. Please take a look at these photos for pre-screening. Thanks.
    First two borderline for color/noise and contrast, respectively.

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    Thank you, I will attempt to make some changes for the first two.

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    Looking for feedback on these photos. The sun is in a weird spot and would like some feedback to see if the sun plays a factor in these photos. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgkicks49 View Post
    Thank you, I will attempt to make some changes for the first two.

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    Looking for feedback on these photos. The sun is in a weird spot and would like some feedback to see if the sun plays a factor in these photos. Thanks.
    The latter three have some blow out highlights along the top of the fuselage.

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    How are these? I decreased the highlights and slightly decreased the exposure as well. Thank you.

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    How are these? I decreased the highlights and slightly decreased the exposure as well. Thank you.
    Borderline dark now. Very harsh light, so adjusting for one area (top of fuselage/rest of the frame) will usually negatively affect the other.

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    Lightened them up some. Please let me know what your thoughts are on these versions. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgkicks49 View Post
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    Lightened them up some. Please let me know what your thoughts are on these versions. Thanks.
    As I said above, with high, harsh light like this, either the highlights will be nearly blown out, or the shadows a little too dark. Not going to comment on these any more, as you'll simply be going back and forth between the two points.

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    Understood dlowwa. Thought I had an opportunity to fix them. I did not get the hint when you mentioned the blown out highlights and exposure as you would not entertain any more edits of the original photos. Thanks for the initial feedback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgkicks49 View Post
    Understood dlowwa. Thought I had an opportunity to fix them. I did not get the hint when you mentioned the blown out highlights and exposure as you would not entertain any more edits of the original photos. Thanks for the initial feedback.
    Not saying you shouldn't upload them, just that it will be difficult to find a perfect balance, and see-sawing back and forth trying to find it is something you'll just have to make your best assessment at.

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