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Topic: Post Screening - Dark
Username: rakoon
Posted 2012-11-10 08:19:55 and read 720 times.

The following picture was rejcted by over-sharpening and dark. I have a lot of problems with sharpening, so I'll try to fix in some way, but I would like to know until wich point I should compensate the exposition to consider this picture ok instead of dark, obviously I put the picture in dark category.



I've included a screen capture with the histogram in order to know more easily in wich point it should be right.
Thank you and sorry for the inconveniences.

Topic: RE: Post Screening - Dark
Username: dlowwa
Posted 2012-11-10 18:13:55 and read 720 times.

You could brighten it just a bit, but otherwise I think it should be fine for a night shot. Can't say much else about the quality from a screen capture.

Topic: RE: Post Screening - Dark
Username: rakoon
Posted 2012-11-11 10:03:41 and read 720 times.

Thank you Dana.

Before to upload again I've put a little brightness, and eliminate the sharpening mask (the other reason to rejected it was over-sharpened).

This is the new edition


and the link to the rejected: http://www.airliners.net/addphotos/r...0121109_d1351780924.0096ei-eki.jpg

Thank you in advance.

Topic: RE: Post Screening - Dark
Username: dlowwa
Posted 2012-11-11 10:25:54 and read 720 times.

Quoting rakoon (Reply 2):
This is the new edition

Looks generally ok, though I might sharpen the fuselage (titles, window line) a bit more.

Topic: RE: Post Screening - Dark
Username: rakoon
Posted 2012-11-11 11:19:01 and read 720 times.

Something like this?

Topic: RE: Post Screening - Dark
Username: dlowwa
Posted 2012-11-12 01:52:24 and read 720 times.

Quoting rakoon (Reply 4):
Something like this?

I think the exposure looks about right, but you may still have a few issues with softness/blur as it looks like that's what the oversharpening was compensating for. In any case, you can keep working on the sharpening or just give it a shot as is and see what happens.

Topic: RE: Post Screening - Dark
Username: rakoon
Posted 2012-11-12 05:27:52 and read 720 times.

Ok. Thank you Dana.
I'll try to fix the sharpening a little, although it's a little frustating to have the same problem again and again 


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