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Photo Acceptance Pre Screening (Wdwfreak)

Sat Sep 05, 2009 3:21 pm

http://i365.photobucket.com/albums/oo93/wdwfreak62/DSC_0305Edit2.jpg

http://i365.photobucket.com/albums/oo93/wdwfreak62/DSC_0505Edit2.jpg

I realize this event is a little old, but i just remembered to start editing these. And here they are. Hopefully they are decent, the lighting was great that day.

Any feedback appreciated,

-Joe
 
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alevik
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RE: Photo Acceptance Pre Screening (Wdwfreak)

Sat Sep 05, 2009 5:54 pm

The shot in flight seems a bit oversharpened, especially on the titles and cheat lines.

The tow shot could be a bit higher in the frame, and seems overexposed/washed out above the cockpit windows.
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RE: Photo Acceptance Pre Screening (Wdwfreak)

Sun Sep 06, 2009 12:23 am

1. To add to the above, there are also some large soft patches like on the tail, horizontal stabilisers and the wingtips. I'm not entirely sure if the quality is there.

2. Needs a little CW rotation to get the ground level. A bit more contrast and maybe a tiny bit more sharpening.
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RE: Photo Acceptance Pre Screening (Wdwfreak)

Sun Sep 06, 2009 12:56 am

I do not know how the quality of the flying 380 is bad, maybe someone can comment, exactly.
 
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RE: Photo Acceptance Pre Screening (Wdwfreak)

Sun Sep 06, 2009 1:21 am



Quoting Flight (Reply 3):

It is extremely hard to tell if the photo is good or not by looking at the low-res version of the photo. Try opening it up first so you see the actual size of the jpeg. There are a few things you can look out for- regarding quality, sharpness etc. It has been sharpened quite a lot in some areas but there are other areas which are very soft. Jagged edges represent oversharpening. It takes practice to be able to spot things.
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