Photoshop tips for arieal photography

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  1. monkeyleader

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    Bumbling around the net 2nite and came across this - could be pretty useful for some. I spend a good part of my working life flying and quite often look for photos, especially coming into land over cities etc ... they usually look like cac tho - this may help !
     
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    Some good suggestions there and nice to see what effect the adjustments have on the image.

    I have to say that I used to be quite happy with an auto levels adjustment on my pictures but now I find that doing it myself gives much better results..........fnarr fnarr :D

    I took a few pictures yesterday and found that a lot were underexposed (still learning!) but the levels adjustment sorted a lot of those problems out.

    Definitely my favorite part of Photoshop.
     
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    Came across this website.

    It may have the answers to your aerial photography questions!
     

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