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    Dear JP Screeners,

    I edited some picture taken in bad weather conditions. Have a picture like this a chance to get accepted?

    Regards
    Julian

  • #2
    It is in the queue - read #2 here https://forums.jetphotos.com/forum/a...ning-from-crew

    You will need to wait for it to screened then.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Pilot8998 View Post
      Dear JP Screeners,

      I edited some picture taken in bad weather conditions. Have a picture like this a chance to get accepted?

      Regards
      Julian
      Would obviously need to see the image(s) in question before being able to respond to that.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

        Would obviously need to see the image(s) in question before being able to respond to that.
        The picture is already in the queue. I don‘t know it to ask before upload an image. Thanks for your help!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by MarkLawrence View Post
          It is in the queue - read #2 here https://forums.jetphotos.com/forum/a...ning-from-crew

          You will need to wait for it to screened then.
          I didn‘t know that Mark! Thanks for your help!

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          • #6
            Dear Screeners,

            I want to upload the following picture on JetPhotos.
            It's a cropped 400mm shot.

            Is the sharpeness ok for Jetphotos?

            Thanks!
            Click image for larger version

Name:	D-ICBB, EDDP, 13.10.19.jpg
Views:	110
Size:	452.5 KB
ID:	1080464
            Regards
            Julian

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Pilot8998 View Post
              Dear Screeners,

              I want to upload the following picture on JetPhotos.
              It's a cropped 400mm shot.

              Is the sharpeness ok for Jetphotos?

              Thanks!
              Click image for larger version

Name:	D-ICBB, EDDP, 13.10.19.jpg
Views:	110
Size:	452.5 KB
ID:	1080464
              Regards
              Julian
              Looks OK for me.
              My photos on Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/geridominguez

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              • #8
                Dear Screeners,

                a general question how you decide during screening:

                I always remove every dust spot which is visible in equalize mode in Photoshop.
                After that you can‘t see any dust spot in the edited picture.
                After uploading to JetPhotos, I will check my uploads with the „Check for dust“ function.

                Sometimes I can see some little spots (not visible in Photoshop) which I remove in Photoshop and upload again.
                This is sometimes really irritating ...

                So, I have the following questions to you Screener:

                - Do you only reject if the dust spot is visible in the un-equalize mode?
                - Which is the limit for dust spots? (e.g. some other elements in a little noisy picture can look like a dust such as clouds, ...)
                - If I have a night shot - you sometimes have little haloes / colored circles around bright lights during lens effects. Does this counts as dust spot? Important information: The airplane/helicopter isn‘t cutoff and it is normal during night photography that you have these effects.

                Thank you for taking your time to answer these question!

                Regards
                Julian

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Pilot8998 View Post
                  - Do you only reject if the dust spot is visible in the un-equalize mode?
                  Yes.

                  Originally posted by Pilot8998 View Post
                  - Which is the limit for dust spots? (e.g. some other elements in a little noisy picture can look like a dust such as clouds, ...)
                  Only dust spots, though sometimes other things (birds, very rarely clouds) are misidentified as dust. I've screened enough images and taken enough images myself to know what dust on the sensor looks like.

                  Originally posted by Pilot8998 View Post
                  - If I have a night shot - you sometimes have little haloes / colored circles around bright lights during lens effects. Does this counts as dust spot?
                  No.

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