cmairplaneman
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Thu Dec 27, 2018 11:57 pm

Hello,

So I have a few photos I would like advice on how to get them to airliners.net standards. I have not uploaded any pictures to the site and would like help. I will be using adobe photoshop to get the photos to size and other things. Advice would be appreciated!

https://imgur.com/VDt0mOE
https://imgur.com/a/oCr4xql
https://imgur.com/a/LF1Sm2O

Thank you
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Re: Help

Fri Dec 28, 2018 11:22 am

The quality seems alright, but;
1 - needs a tighter crop, is overexposed and needs CCW.
2 - needs a tighter crop.
3 - low in frame and check level to be sure.

I would upload all 3 in a smaller size. These photos can likely sustain 1400-1600px wide. Are these your edits already? Or originals? It's better to have us judge the edits than the originals.
 
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Re: Help

Fri Dec 28, 2018 4:25 pm

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airkas1 wrote:
The quality seems alright, but;
1 - needs a tighter crop, is overexposed and needs CCW.
2 - needs a tighter crop.
3 - low in frame and check level to be sure.

I would upload all 3 in a smaller size. These photos can likely sustain 1400-1600px wide. Are these your edits already? Or originals? It's better to have us judge the edits than the originals.



These are originals. Just so I know, what is CCW?
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Re: Help

Fri Dec 28, 2018 4:42 pm

Counter-Clockwise rotation.
 
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Re: Help

Fri Dec 28, 2018 6:22 pm

If you take a look at the photos on the site you will see the 'house style' for things like cropping. So make sure you get your subject centred and crop so that there isn't too much space on the left and right from the edges of that subject.

If you are familiar with Photoshop you will find methods that can be used to rotate your images - the site (and therefore screeners) can be quite picky about things not being levelled up correctly. I favour the use of the measure tool. For example, in your first image you can see the many vertical references (on the hangar and in the distant fencing) leaning to the right - hence the need for that counter-clockwise rotation.

If you need any further help let me know.

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