Ivan and Paul thanks for your replies.
It´s true, brightening the picture will bring noise and the upper sections will become overexposed.
What a pity. It was the first time I shot on this spot in EZE
and had trouble with the light all day long. We went early in the morning, but the runway orientation just didn´t help at all (11/29). The belly always turned out to be too dark.
Do you have any hints on how to meter/expose the photos in these kind of situation? I don´t know if you have an east/west runway orientation in your hometown, but maybe you had the opportunity to take photos in other airports with such runways.
If you like, please have a look at this image from that same day, also rejected for dark: N844MH
Thanks in advance
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