airfly
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My Photographs Improvements...

Fri May 27, 2005 5:36 am

Hello again.

I went again to BOH to take some new shots...

At the first point my photos weren't so good... and now I guess they are better.

Check and please reply to help me out..

http://www.aviation.fotopic.net/c549278.html

Cheers
Lucca M.
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RE: My Photographs Improvements...

Fri May 27, 2005 5:50 am

Hi,  Smile

These are of a similar standard to mine:

http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y97/SignalOne/RyansBirthday2005andNottinghamEastMidlands025.jpg

http://www.nemaoptikaviation.fotopic.net/c537167.html

Shame about the poor weather at Bournemouth, I had that at the weekend too!  Sad

Things are improving Lucca, which is excellent!  Smile They show a massive improvement to the last set of Photos. As something for you to do to improve, you could improve and excel by editing them with some editing software where you would be able to make them brighter. Unless you all-ready have done.

What Camera do you have?

Cheers, Ryan
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RE: My Photographs Improvements...

Fri May 27, 2005 6:25 am

Lucca,

It seems to me like you're just looking through a viewfinder at an airplane and saying to yourself "It's a.net time!, CLICK!!" without even really looking at the picture. The first thing you need to do to get a picture accepted into a.net is to completely forget a.net exists when you take the shot. It seems to me like you're at the state where you've just gotten a nice camera and you think everything it produces is 'hot shit' so-to-speak. It's perfectly natural actually, I was in that state once myself:


MyAviation.net photo:
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Compare that with this shot of yours:

http://images3.fotopic.net/?iid=yc3ucp&outx=600&noresize=1&nostamp=1

The fence is obstructing more than half of the plane. That would never pass a.net standards. Take a look at these shots:


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Photo © Aaron Mandolesi




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Photo © Alexander Kroychik
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Photo © Tim Samples




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Photo © Kyle Matson - Rocky Mountain AvPhotos
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Photo © Jeff Miller



The aircraft in these photos are centered and fill the frame. There is also nothing obstructing the airplanes in the pictures.

Also, it might be good to just brush up on your post-processing. I would advise you to open this workflow for pointers.
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airfly
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RE: My Photographs Improvements...

Fri May 27, 2005 6:33 am

Thanks Ryan...

I'm glad to see my shots are improving...

Thanks for the idea...

I might get a editing program...

Cheers

Lucca M.  Smile
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RE: My Photographs Improvements...

Fri May 27, 2005 6:45 am

Quoting Airfly (Reply 3):
I might get a editing program...

That would definetly be a good idea to start off with  Wink
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RE: My Photographs Improvements...

Fri May 27, 2005 6:51 am

Quoting Airfly (Reply 3):

I might get a editing program...

Photoshop Elements is a somewhat inexpensive software. Heck, your digicam should've come with some sort of software, play with that for right now before you invest in this hobby. Make sure that you absolutely want to do this before you go and shell out money on software and etc. Also remember that persistance is key. Not every picture you take is going to be the greatest thing since sliced bread.
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airfly
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RE: My Photographs Improvements...

Sat May 28, 2005 5:01 am

Thanks Senorcarnival....

My dad has got Photoshop, so I prob use it...

But first I have to study how to use it...

Cheers.

Lucca M.
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RE: My Photographs Improvements...

Sat May 28, 2005 6:02 am

Hi Lucca,

Yep, they r improving, I told u that while we waz there on Sunday.

Ryan, He's currently using my dads Fuji S5000 it's not the best of camera's, My Finecam M410R is a big improvment to that I thinks, But he seems to be getting good photo's with it, I can help you out with the editing lucca, As I still have all those photo's on my comp.

Cya Tommorow At Bournemouth Lucca!

cya

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