|Quoting Graphic (Thread starter):|
It has seen soft, then oversharpen, then soft again, then oversharpen again, now its oversharpen, blurry, color, and quality.
|Quoting Clickhappy (Reply 2):|
Looks like it suffers from a low f/number.
|Quoting IL76 (Reply 9):|
Ouch! Autolevels I presume? And a truckload of shadow/highlight. Brr....
|Quoting Dazbo5 (Reply 7):|
This is about the best I can do. The rear of the aircraft is a little blurry and the overall image is soft, maybe through a little motion blur / camera shake since the shot was taken at 281mm with a shutter of only 1/320th. This is my attempt anyway:
|Quoting Clickhappy (Reply 19):|
Don't think motion blur would be a problem (from camera shake), Eric is using a Sigma 80-400 OS if I remember correctly.
|Quoting Graphic (Reply 20):|
@ Ed: That's a nice edit, is there any way to get that bright orange pop back that was the prevailing light at the time? It was a very hazy/smoggy evening and the sun was literally seconds above the mountains at that time.