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  • Lehondre Photos
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Borderline overprocessed. The corners shouldn't be brighter than the center.
    Alright, I'll give it a bit more work. Thanks for the help as always!

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Lehondre Photos View Post
    Hey guys

    I've been going through some old photos which were taken with my old lens that had vignetting issues. I've been playing around with the manual corrections in lightroom and I think I've improved them somewhat, but I'm also conscious of overdoing it. For future reference, would this image be rejected for either vignetting or overprocessing?

    Thanks
    Borderline overprocessed. The corners shouldn't be brighter than the center.

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  • Lehondre Photos
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    Hey guys

    I've been going through some old photos which were taken with my old lens that had vignetting issues. I've been playing around with the manual corrections in lightroom and I think I've improved them somewhat, but I'm also conscious of overdoing it. For future reference, would this image be rejected for either vignetting or overprocessing?

    Thanks
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Lehondre Photos View Post

    Thanks dlowwa. How would I reach the DB editors? I submitted a request for 47G-3B1 to be added yesterday but haven't gotten a response, so should I take that as confirmation from the DB editors that it should be submitted as 47G-3B?
    https://forums.jetphotos.com/forum/a...her-photo-data

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  • Lehondre Photos
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    I imagine 47G-3B should be acceptable, but you should check with the DB editors to be sure.
    Thanks dlowwa. How would I reach the DB editors? I submitted a request for 47G-3B1 to be added yesterday but haven't gotten a response, so should I take that as confirmation from the DB editors that it should be submitted as 47G-3B?

    Again, thanks for the help.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Lehondre Photos View Post

    Thank you dlowwa, I'll reupload in the regular queue this time, apologies.

    I was hoping I could have some advice on uploading this image of VH-PTL. It is listed as being a Bell 47G-3B1 on many websites, but the only model similar to that on Jetphotos is 47G-3B. Should I just put it as the latter, or does 47G-3B1 need to be added before I upload?

    Thanks
    I imagine 47G-3B should be acceptable, but you should check with the DB editors to be sure.

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  • Lehondre Photos
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    For a change that small, it's at our discretion as to whether hot screening should apply. I imagine the 'change of a cowling' comment refers to when there is a cowling with a different color temporarily installed, which is definitely not hot (not the case here, but something we see attempted quite often). The question you should ask yourself is there really a reason this can't wait another 4-5 days after 17+ years, or are you simply eager to skip the queue?
    Thank you dlowwa, I'll reupload in the regular queue this time, apologies.

    I was hoping I could have some advice on uploading this image of VH-PTL. It is listed as being a Bell 47G-3B1 on many websites, but the only model similar to that on Jetphotos is 47G-3B. Should I just put it as the latter, or does 47G-3B1 need to be added before I upload?

    Thanks
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Lehondre Photos View Post
    Hello everyone,

    This image was rejected for invalid hot: https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8839697

    The comment was:
    change of a cowling or prop is not a livery change, please upload to the regular queue
    My comment justifying the hot upload did include the prop modifications, but as a side note. I initially mentioned the removal of the sticker just behind the prop, which from my understanding would justify a hot upload due to livery change, as this is the last photo uploaded: https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/170818

    Of course I could be wrong as the cowling could have been changed, but to me it just looked like the sticker was removed, so feel free to correct me, but I thought I would come here before appealing just in case.

    Thanks

    Edit: Admittedly the change is quite small, so could these be a cause for rejection? I obviously don't want to waste the time of the screeners and other photographers on something that isn't deserving of jumping the queue.
    For a change that small, it's at our discretion as to whether hot screening should apply. I imagine the 'change of a cowling' comment refers to when there is a cowling with a different color temporarily installed, which is definitely not hot (not the case here, but something we see attempted quite often). The question you should ask yourself is there really a reason this can't wait another 4-5 days after 17+ years, or are you simply eager to skip the queue?

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  • Lehondre Photos
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    Hello everyone,

    This image was rejected for invalid hot: https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8839697

    The comment was:
    change of a cowling or prop is not a livery change, please upload to the regular queue
    My comment justifying the hot upload did include the prop modifications, but as a side note. I initially mentioned the removal of the sticker just behind the prop, which from my understanding would justify a hot upload due to livery change, as this is the last photo uploaded: https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/170818

    Of course I could be wrong as the cowling could have been changed, but to me it just looked like the sticker was removed, so feel free to correct me, but I thought I would come here before appealing just in case.

    Thanks

    Edit: Admittedly the change is quite small, so could these be a cause for rejection? I obviously don't want to waste the time of the screeners and other photographers on something that isn't deserving of jumping the queue.

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  • Lehondre Photos
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    Originally posted by Julian S. View Post

    Hello!

    I would accept it as it is.
    Be sure to tick all necessary categories for that image.

    Regards from Germany and stay safe,
    Julian
    Thanks a lot for the fast response Julian, hope all is well for you over in Germany!

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  • Julian S.
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    Originally posted by Lehondre Photos View Post
    Hello everyone

    May I have some advice on this photo? Would it be acceptable as is? Mainly looking at sharpening and quality here.

    Thanks in advance
    Hello!

    I would accept it as it is.
    Be sure to tick all necessary categories for that image.

    Regards from Germany and stay safe,
    Julian

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  • Lehondre Photos
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    Hello everyone

    May I have some advice on this photo? Would it be acceptable as is? Mainly looking at sharpening and quality here.

    Thanks in advance
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  • Lehondre Photos
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Crop should be acceptable.
    Thanks for the help dlowwa

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Lehondre Photos View Post
    Hey everyone

    I managed to get this shot of a Virgin Australia 777 today, however a light pole to the left and stairs on the other side of the aircraft resulted in this somewhat awkward crop. Would it be acceptable for Jetphotos?

    Thanks in advance
    Crop should be acceptable.

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  • Lehondre Photos
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    Hey everyone

    I managed to get this shot of a Virgin Australia 777 today, however a light pole to the left and stairs on the other side of the aircraft resulted in this somewhat awkward crop. Would it be acceptable for Jetphotos?

    Thanks in advance
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