KLM: Very Blue/Green, also quite compressed.
NetJets: HeatHaze, Compression, Could be a touch higher in frame as well.
737: Dark/Underexposed, Yellow colour cast, obstruction (GPU blocking the nose wheel.
727: Dark/Underexposed, yellow colour cast, also some compression in the sky.
Unable to view the photos, you need to right click, copy image address, then post that here. Should look something like:
https://imgproc.airliners.net/photos/ai ... c220a0ece2
Condor: Looks a little soft towards the front of the image. Atlas: Poor light, also has a magenta colour cast, needs more green. An124: Is the same Atlas photo, wrong link? Korean: Passable I think, the colours look off a tiny bit, but probably passable. Etihad 777: Possible light/motive rejection, ...Jump to post
Oh man, I’ve got too many to choose, all of my photos have a story behind them in some way or another. #1: Not a shot in the anet database but it has a story behind it. So it’s worth sharing non the less. https://flic.kr/p/2i7Y8ib In 2014, a man decided one evening to grab his weapons and shoot at e...Jump to post
The first thing would be not to much either slider, if anything only a slight bump of the highlights or shadows, rarely should you reduce either of them.
Sometimes too much sharpening will cause them, what are your sharpening settings, can you post a screenshot (of your whole editing window)?
A touch high in frame, and the halos are still present (although much less noticeable).
Walk us through your editing process, from there we can identify where the halos are coming from.
Kas is right, Photoshop will work too, however, Lightroom is a little more basic, but made by the same people.
Agree with Jehan, however, i'm seeing a little bit of chromatic abberation around all of the letters (more so towards the rear of the A/C.)
However, like Jehan said, not a show stopper, personally I would re-upload at a smaller size (1400ish), but thats up to you.
Hi all, Came across this photo today that just displays a bunch of colours, looks corrupted. https://www.airliners.net/photo/Untitled/Cirrus-SR-22-G2/5650297?qsp=eJwtjDEOwkAMBP/imgokinTwASj4gGWvQkTgLJ8lOEX5O75At7MjzUJSXoFP3JqBBqpglzvtyNj5WWlY6IH2Lq65KS9LV4vHuSUrB04isID%2B/4srvCtU2TJjz%2B77hF9/dDgm6l...Jump to post
There are screeners on this site who see the whole world as blurry. If you don’t like the site, stop using it. Complaining in forums that aren’t yours is just wrong. Blurriness varies from screener to screener, monitor to monitor. Screeners are human, and some humans see things differently than oth...Jump to post
I have the older non STM version, and since the results that I get with the non STM version are pretty good, I’d imagine that the STM is even better.Jump to post
Both with the recommended fixes:
https://imgproc.airliners.net/photos/ai ... d460620594
https://imgproc.airliners.net/photos/ai ... 66f46ed89a
For #1, the sun is behind the side of the plane that you shot, so the entire side of the plane is in shadow, it won’t be acceptable at all because of that.
#2 probably won’t be fixable, but try, and see if it can be saved.
#3 & #4 with a few slight touch ups should be good
Hi all, Just looking for a second opinion on these 3 https://imgproc.airliners.net/photos/airliners/5/5/9/5740955.jpg?v=v425a5a3aec6 https://imgproc.airliners.net/photos/airliners/5/4/1/5741145.jpg?v=v4b1a0084b0b https://imgproc.airliners.net/photos/airliners/3/5/1/5741153.jpg?v=v4d15a06336b Thanks,...Jump to post
jelpee wrote:Crosswindphoto wrote:Yes, 99% of us either use just Lightroom, or Lightroom and photoshop for an image.
I must be in the 1%: I use Photoshop Elements 11 . Too cheap...I mean smart...to pay for the full Photoshop...LOL