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  • Originally posted by LX-A343 View Post

    2) borderline, but I would accept it
    1, 3, 4) lack of contrast
    thank you for your reply
    I think of a question I would like to ask you: if some backgrounds are pure sky, without ground buildings or guidance, how to judge the horizon level In addition, this type of image usually shows a histogram overflow and no data at both ends. How to judge whether the image can be accepted in this case? For example, just like next Air China, can this be accepted? ThanksClick image for larger version

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    • Originally posted by LingFeng View Post

      thank you for your reply
      I think of a question I would like to ask you: if some backgrounds are pure sky, without ground buildings or guidance, how to judge the horizon level In addition, this type of image usually shows a histogram overflow and no data at both ends. How to judge whether the image can be accepted in this case? For example, just like next Air China, can this be accepted? ThanksClick image for larger version

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      Horizon and exposure should be ok for this one, though it is a bit soft, and quite noisy.

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      • Can you see if these two photos can be accepted, thank you Click image for larger version

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        • Originally posted by LingFeng View Post
          Can you see if these two photos can be accepted, thank you Click image for larger version

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          Unfortunately no for both.

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          • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

            Unfortunately no for both.
            If there is no landscape in the image, do not need to think about the horizon? To avoid duplication, can you please provide suggestions for this picture? Thank you Click image for larger version

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            and There is also a building with a ground, I adjusted the angle according to the pole, is it acceptable?

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            • Originally posted by LingFeng View Post
              If there is no landscape in the image, do not need to think about the horizon
              No as long as the angle looks somewhat natural.

              Originally posted by LingFeng View Post
              To avoid duplication, can you please provide suggestions for this picture? Thank you Click image for larger version  Name:	HS-ABV.jpg Views:	0 Size:	415.5 KB ID:	1091107
              Soft, weak contrast.

              Originally posted by LingFeng View Post
              and There is also a building with a ground, I adjusted the angle according to the pole, is it acceptable?

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              Horizon is ok, but as with above, soft and weak contrast.

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              • The first one was First was rejected because of the problem of the horizon. I adjusted it. The second one was modified. Is the horizon flat?



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                • Originally posted by LingFeng View Post
                  The first one was First was rejected because of the problem of the horizon. I adjusted it. The second one was modified. Is the horizon flat?



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                  When was this image rejected?

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                  • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                    When was this image rejected?
                    last one

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                    • Originally posted by LingFeng View Post

                      last one
                      When = what time, what date

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                      • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                        When = what time, what date
                        May 31, 2020 https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8169229

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                        • Originally posted by LingFeng View Post
                          The reg of this a/c is B-1004, but the photo you posted right here is B-8016. Double check?

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                          • Originally posted by LingFeng View Post
                            That is a different aircraft than the one in the two images you posted.

                            In any case, I'll also point out in first of the two images above you've removed the pole in the lower right, which is considered manipulation. Luckily for you it seems you didn't actually submit that image, otherwise you could have faced consequences. Please be aware that such manipulation is not allowed, and could result in a loss of slots or even an upload ban if you submit images containing such editing in the future.

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                            • Ok. thanks for your reminder.

                              Can you see this CZ330? https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8185262
                              Is this likely to be accepted by the screeners? If I don’t choose fast

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                              • Hello there,
                                How does this photo look? Is there some misalignment in the color of the front of the plane?
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