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  • jakew04
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    Thanks for the kind words. I was definitely trying to pan. When you see about 100 ryanairs ever time you go for a session you want try and get some more challenging shots.

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  • meeshboi
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    Defiantly nothing wrong with your settings, in fact it looks like you were intentionally panning when I look at your EXIF data. Very good shot I must add, with the clouds giving it a bit more definition!

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  • jakew04
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    thanks guys at least i'm not doing anything wrong

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  • TonyB
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    The "blotches" you see are indeed clouds which due to panning have become stretched.

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  • Lorenz Kafenda
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    Sorry but i only see the clouds as possible "blotches"

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  • jakew04
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    hi guys i've had a few images accepted yesterday and i looked through them and saw these weird blotches in the sky (don't know the technical term for it) i have no clue what they are. could it possibly be bad camera settings or bad editing? he's an example https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9573532 i think it looks terrible and would really appreciate some advice on how to remove it or in future prevent this from happening. thank you.

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  • Alex - Spot-This !
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    This would be a good start : https://digital-photography-school.c...se-histograms/

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  • jakew04
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    hi guys i've had a few rejections recently that could of been avoided if i knew how to correctly use the histogram. I'm trying my best to figure out how to use it but i still just don't understand it, is there any videos or forum posts that explain how to use the histogram? if anyone can help i would appreciate it. Thanks.

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  • jakew04
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    thanks for the feedback i have since given the image to him and he gave me some money in return, he wanted the original resolution and he seemed happy with it. again thanks for the feedback

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  • ajaaron
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    If someone wanted a phot of mine, I would give it to them at absolutely full size resolution. Flaws won't show up for the purposes he wants it for, e.g. he probably wants to zoom in as much as possible to see his face in cockpit, and for that you'll need to save the pic as full size, as opposed to 1280 for jetphotos. I would consider charging him if he wants you to send him a full resolution picture. Maybe 60? Depending on how goo the shot is.

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  • jakew04
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    i have asked more than likely won't get an answer for a little bit considering it's 1am but i am just asking wether there is a sweet spot which doesn't bring out flaws much but is still a decent size for instance if he wanted to print it out. thanks

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by jakew04 View Post
    hello i've got an email from a pilot wanting to see if he can use one of my photos. i'm happy to give it to him but just wondering what resolution is good? i know the higher resolution will bring out flaws so just wanting to know what is best. thanks in advance

    here's the image https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9439299
    I think that's a question you should be asking the pilot, not posting here..

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  • jakew04
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    hello i've got an email from a pilot wanting to see if he can use one of my photos. i'm happy to give it to him but just wondering what resolution is good? i know the higher resolution will bring out flaws so just wanting to know what is best. thanks in advance

    here's the image https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9439299

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by jakew04 View Post
    hello guys i had a photo just now rejected for invalid hot it was a fedex md-11 N595FE and i put in N959FE like an idiot. but i was just wanting to know if i can re-submit it? i'm pretty sure it's not aloud to keep posting the same picture over and over again so i'm just playing it safe. thanks in advance.

    and if anybody wants the link then here it is https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7581470
    Not sure what your question is. You entered the reg. as N595FE which is correct. Is there a reason it should be considered hot?

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  • jakew04
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    hello guys i had a photo just now rejected for invalid hot it was a fedex md-11 N595FE and i put in N959FE like an idiot. but i was just wanting to know if i can re-submit it? i'm pretty sure it's not aloud to keep posting the same picture over and over again so i'm just playing it safe. thanks in advance.

    and if anybody wants the link then here it is https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7581470

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