Discussion in 'Aerial Photography' started by Jacob Ben Avraham, Aug 25, 2016.
Photo taken from Salvadoran Air Force twin engine prop plane, July 2016, taken from cockpit
Why are photos always so washed out when shooting from afar and how can I fix this?
what do you mean by "washed out?"
With long distances, you will normally see a lot of haze. Not sure if there is a way to eliminate it but I like the photo just the way it is.
I love the photo as well. And by washed out I mean having a white tint and losing color. The effect does give a pretty nice touch to the photo. Although, I think the "washed out" look is created by the humidity.
Yes sir. I think the composition is wonderful and interesting.
Heat, humidity & pollution. There's very little you can do. In certain circumstances a CPL may help, and there's a bit you can do in post, but basically, it is what it is.
Great perspective!! I have some from El Salvador as well. A very photogenic country to shoot from the air:
Volcán de San Vicente by ruifo, on Flickr
Playas Salvatruchas by ruifo, on Flickr
Think I know where this is, Playa de la Libertad? u otro lugar?
Yes, Playa de la Libertad, while landing at RWY 07 / MSLP Airport
Nice waves, but you have to jump right on top of them to get a rush, just when they break, and they will carry you to the beach, but I prefer "Costa del Sol" La Libertad esta muy sucia.
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