Have struggled a bit with two Pipers from Nov 19th at dusk.
I enjoyed trying to catch them correctly framed with barely a little cropping, but You never get entrance to the glory of A-net for such a small deed.
From Raw/Nef I think I should be able to do better, though my telecombo @ 600 mm is 300 x 2 and not a prime lens.
Uploaded at 1200 since on my screen the long painted lined were less prone to jaggies that way.
I now wonder if there are still too many jaggies or on the contrary too much softness.
And what can bee done against the color shifting (grain? or noise?) in the reds of the first one?
How far are they from A-net standards, high as they shall be even for these smaller planes (the first one new to the db and the other one represented by 2 photos)?
Thanks for any good advice
(struggling from 49 in db to reach the magic of 50 accepted!)