|Quoting ChrisH (Reply 2):|
sorry but that looks absolutely horrible... I suggest you find a similar shot in the DB and compare it to yours, and you should be able to see yourself what is wrong.
Not putting you down, we all have to start somewhere.
|Quoting Linco22 (Reply 5):|
I think that one is beyond repair though it does look like you have blown up a thumbnail or something of this photo. So it may be ok.
Re-check the photo
|Quoting Linco22 (Reply 7):|
Thats it Charlie, just get out and about, learn your camera inside out, get to know its limits and most of all enjoy it. I know it can be frustrating but anet isnt the be all and end all, dont lose sight of 'photography'
|Quoting Linco22 (Reply 9):|
Ah typical british weather I see.... I'd say the quality is too low in this one too. Can I ask what camera you are using and what the settings where in terms of shutter speed etc for the Air Malta shot?
|Quoting Cosmic (Reply 10):|
Firstly, there is no need to upload at 1600x. Re-size to 1024x or around that, this will improve your chances. Uploading at 1600x makes quality issues which the photo may have more clear to see as far as I know. Also the tail has been cropped in an awkward fashion through the logo, which will be a badmotive. It's been taken in the rain which has introduced noise and grain.
|Quoting Viv (Reply 11):|
Upload at 1024 - we told you that in a previous thread.
What progeramme are you using to resize? There are bad jaggies on the cockpit window frames and tail stripes.
|Quoting EGTESkyGod (Reply 12):|
The camera is a Konica Minolta Dimage Z6, 6 megapixels. I can't change the camera, I only just received it as a birthday present, I'm just very new to photography and editing so it's those elements I need to work on.
|Quoting Willo (Reply 14):|
You could always try edit at home in Photoshop, burn the shot to disc and upload from work where they have the fast connection?
|Quoting Linco22 (Reply 13):|
Charlie, thats a decent point and shoot cam. The Z6 should get you decent results. If you have any originals please send them to me and i'll have a look at them. I would try and stick with good weather too as images in these types of cameras are quite heavily processed in-camera and the bad weather only magnifies that.
|Quoting JumboJim747 (Reply 18):|
Plug away lets see it you deserve a plug after all this looks like you are a very keen photog which is very good to see.