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RE: Pre/Post-Screening Constrast, CCW

Sat Sep 01, 2012 9:17 am

Quoting LATeKFlighTeam (Thread starter):
I boosted the contrast, but not sure if I went too far with it.

It doesn't look too bad on my screen contrast wise now.

Quoting LATeKFlighTeam (Thread starter):
Here's my 'fixed' photo:

It possible still needs a little more CCW. Use a vertical in the centre of the frame as reference.

Quoting LATeKFlighTeam (Thread starter):
And now some pre-screening pics:

1. High in the frame and a slight green cast to it
2. Hight in the frame and needs a little CW rotation.
3. Looks pretty good to me, maybe just a slight increase in sharpness if anything
4. Looks good to me. It's high in the frame but I think that adds to the composition (the screeners may not agree)
5. Great shot. I think it needs a little CCW though.

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RE: Pre/Post-Screening Constrast, CCW

Sat Sep 01, 2012 11:14 pm

1. Overdone the green cast - now has a magenta and possibly cyan cast to it.
2. Better, I'd give it a touch more sharpening on the wingtip and cockpit.
3. Maybe some more sharpening on the dashboard buttons. Looks like it could do with a tiny bit of CCW too.. But I don't know what you leveled it on.
5. Looks fine now.
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RE: Pre/Post-Screening Constrast, CCW

Sun Sep 02, 2012 2:17 am

Quoting NZ107 (Reply 3):

Thanks NZ107! I will work on the things you suggested.

[Edited 2012-09-01 19:18:30]

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