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  • Tejas Khambhayta
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    Hello,

    I got 2 images rejected for being dark/underexposed (https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7951960) Do you reckon it can be revived/uploaded to the database? The photo was taken when the clouds were covering the sun hence the dark look.

    As this was also rejected (https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7952177) for being soft, is this any better, fix the issue? Thank you for your help
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  • Tejas Khambhayta
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    There appears to be some softness/blur towards the tail on a couple of them, but overall sharpening should be ok. Contrast is a bit harsh on all of them as well.
    Thank you for the help. I agree that the contrast is harsh, I guess it's because of the camera settings I used on that day; the raw image has the same looks. Thanks once again, Tejas

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Tejas Khambhayta View Post
    Hello, I was wondering if the following images would be accepted.

    My main concern is an Over-Sharpen/Soft rejection for these images. Could I receive some feedback please? Thanks a lot, Tejas
    There appears to be some softness/blur towards the tail on a couple of them, but overall sharpening should be ok. Contrast is a bit harsh on all of them as well.

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  • Tejas Khambhayta
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    Hello, I was wondering if the following images would be accepted.

    My main concern is an Over-Sharpen/Soft rejection for these images. Could I receive some feedback please? Thanks a lot, Tejas
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Tejas Khambhayta View Post

    Is it by chance over exposed? From your last post, I've been checking the histogram for each photo. All the other photos, including this Turkish Airlines aircraft, showed a value exceeding the graph. I've googled how to use a histogram and I'm still getting my head around using them, but I'm still unsure about these irregular values.

    Many thanks, Tejas
    Contrast is a bit harsh, but I don't see it as being overexposed.

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  • Tejas Khambhayta
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    A bit high in the frame, but otherwise ok.
    Is it by chance over exposed? From your last post, I've been checking the histogram for each photo. All the other photos, including this Turkish Airlines aircraft, showed a value exceeding the graph. I've googled how to use a histogram and I'm still getting my head around using them, but I'm still unsure about these irregular values.

    Many thanks, Tejas

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Tejas Khambhayta View Post
    Hi, thanks you for the last response. I edited another image, could it please be pre-screened? Thanks a lot, Tejas
    Borderline oversharpened/overprocessed.

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  • Tejas Khambhayta
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    Hi, thanks you for the last response. I edited another image, could it please be pre-screened? Thanks a lot, Tejas
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Tejas Khambhayta View Post
    Hello, hope you're having a good day.

    Recently, I got a rejection (https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7920738) where the photo I uploaded was overexposed, under sharpened and had some info missing. I'm unable to understand why it was rejected for over exposure. Is it because the "member of" part of the livery looks blown out? I have no idea! In my opinion, and i may be wrong because of my insufficient knowledge in photography, but i don't see how this was rejected for that reason. Also, my bad that missed out some information during the process of uploading the photo, could you please tell me what section I didn't fill out. I double checked but I didn't notice anything unfilled, also is the serial section always blank or did I honestly forget to write it in?

    Thank you very much for your help so I can upload photos in the future without repeating similar mistakes, Tejas
    If you check the histogram, you can see some small peaks on the right edge indicating that yes, some small parts of the image (likely the tail) are blown out. There is no info missing, you should check the rejection reasons again, it was rejected for missing categories, in this case Special Scheme should have applied.

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  • Tejas Khambhayta
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    Hello, hope you're having a good day.

    Recently, I got a rejection (https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7920738) where the photo I uploaded was overexposed, under sharpened and had some info missing. I'm unable to understand why it was rejected for over exposure. Is it because the "member of" part of the livery looks blown out? I have no idea! In my opinion, and i may be wrong because of my insufficient knowledge in photography, but i don't see how this was rejected for that reason. Also, my bad that missed out some information during the process of uploading the photo, could you please tell me what section I didn't fill out. I double checked but I didn't notice anything unfilled, also is the serial section always blank or did I honestly forget to write it in?

    Thank you very much for your help so I can upload photos in the future without repeating similar mistakes, Tejas

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  • LX-A343
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    Originally posted by Tejas Khambhayta View Post

    Whereabouts are these jagged lines on the aircraft? I'm struggling to find them. Thank you
    For example upper edge of the engine, or along the wing.

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  • Tejas Khambhayta
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    Originally posted by LX-A343 View Post

    some fine jagged lines, but should be OK.
    Whereabouts are these jagged lines on the aircraft? I'm struggling to find them. Thank you

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  • LX-A343
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    Originally posted by Tejas Khambhayta View Post
    Thank you for the last response. I just edited another image, which had previously been rejected, and could you please check it out. Thanks
    some fine jagged lines, but should be OK.

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  • Tejas Khambhayta
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    Thank you for the last response. I just edited another image, which had previously been rejected, and could you please check it out. Thanks
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Tejas Khambhayta View Post
    Hey, I was wondering if the following image would be accepted. Thanks in advance, Tejas
    Also really soft. Would not be accepted as is.

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