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walter2222
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First Try At Panning... Sufficient Quality?

Thu Jun 29, 2006 6:27 am

Hi there,

I have just put this one in the queue:


http://www.airliners.net/addphotos/b...060617_CRW_5025_RT8_WVB_1200px.jpg

Does it have enough quality to stay in the queue? It was my first attempt with panning...

Any comments welcome!


This is one from my personnal site:

http://walter2219.fotopic.net/p30698168.html

Would this have a chance or would it be rejected for partially "backlit" (and other NOA's)?

Thanks for ant feedback!


Regards,

Walter
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RE: First Try At Panning... Sufficient Quality?

Thu Jun 29, 2006 6:35 am

I'd say the panning shot is blurry. Backlit isn't really making it better.
The second has a very much amount of grain, and is backlit.

I'd pull the panning shout out.

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RE: First Try At Panning... Sufficient Quality?

Thu Jun 29, 2006 6:35 am

Quoting Walter2222 (Thread starter):
Any comments welcome!

I would say a bit of sharpening is needed Walter. Looks a bit soft to me.
 
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RE: First Try At Panning... Sufficient Quality?

Thu Jun 29, 2006 6:46 am

The Hunter looks slightly blurred in the nose area and the drop tanks (panned shots often turn out blurred in one place and sharp elsewhere - at least that's been my experience). I would reduce the photo to 1024 pixels width and apply a little more sharpening to the areas in question. I would also rotate the photo slightly counter-clockwise.

I'm not sure about the Fat Albert photo. Could be borderline backlit, but I'd take a chance and upload if this was the only concern. However, the undersides of the aircraft look rather noisy: when you lighten an underexposed area it often brings out the noise. The starboard wing leading and trailing edges also look like they need a bit of selective sharpening.
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RE: First Try At Panning... Sufficient Quality?

Thu Jun 29, 2006 9:36 am

First one is blurry, second one would fall to 'quality'.
 
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RE: First Try At Panning... Sufficient Quality?

Thu Jun 29, 2006 8:21 pm

Hi All,

Thanks for the feedback!

I will just keep them in my personal site and pull it from the queue.

Best regards,

Walter
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