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  • #16
    Hello, screener, I have modified the first picture of "kunming air" of this subject, could you please check whether it can be accepted? I adjusted the brightness, sharpness and clipping angles.
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    • #17
      Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

      These would be rejected for similar, so you will need to choose just one.
      Hello, screener, I have modified the following two pictures with a better screen in our company. Can I get some general feedback on these 3 photos? Click image for larger version  Name:	1625.jpg Views:	0 Size:	552.8 KB ID:	1083598Click image for larger version  Name:	7669.jpg Views:	0 Size:	430.9 KB ID:	1083597

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      • #18
        Footnote: the first picture of China southern airlines was taken just after sunrise. I would like to ask the next question: for example, there is no pure white area in this kind of photos, can this be accepted?

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        • #19
          Originally posted by LingFeng View Post
          Hello, screener, I have modified the first picture of "kunming air" of this subject, could you please check whether it can be accepted? I adjusted the brightness, sharpness and clipping angles.
          Borderline soft/heat haze (especially tail area), but ok for me.

          Originally posted by LingFeng View Post

          Hello, screener, I have modified the following two pictures with a better screen in our company. Can I get some general feedback on these 3 photos? Click image for larger version Name:	1625.jpg Views:	0 Size:	552.8 KB ID:	1083598Click image for larger version Name:	7669.jpg Views:	0 Size:	430.9 KB ID:	1083597
          1. borderline vignetting/contrast/soft
          ​​​​​​​2. borderline soft

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          • #20
            Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

            Borderline soft/heat haze (especially tail area), but ok for me.

            1. borderline vignetting/contrast/soft
            2. borderline soft
            Thank you. I will close this topic, because the title does not meet the requirements, I will open a new topic in the future.

            Dear screener. My problem is that the photos are too soft. I hope I can make progress through the guidance of this topic.and You can delete my other topic.

            Question1: how is it judged that photos are too soft? How do we ordinary people find this problem in PS or LR?
            Question 2: how to avoid this phenomenon in the process of shooting and editing?

            P.S. this is my other photo, I mainly adjusted the sharpness and highlights, I will only send this one today. Because in the company's studio, it is not convenient to copy material home.
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            • #21
              Originally posted by LingFeng View Post

              Thank you. I will close this topic, because the title does not meet the requirements, I will open a new topic in the future.
              No, please continue to use this one. The exact title is not that important, but I've modified it for you if it makes you feel better

              Originally posted by LingFeng View Post
              Dear screener. My problem is that the photos are too soft. I hope I can make progress through the guidance of this topic.and You can delete my other topic.

              Question1: how is it judged that photos are too soft? How do we ordinary people find this problem in PS or LR?
              Question 2: how to avoid this phenomenon in the process of shooting and editing?

              P.S. this is my other photo, I mainly adjusted the sharpness and highlights, I will only send this one today. Because in the company's studio, it is not convenient to copy material home.
              Seems to be suffering from heat haze, which is not something you can really fix with editing. Sharp images will generally require three things: good conditions (not too far, no heat haze), decent equipment used correctly, and decent editing. Missing any one (or all) of those steps could lead to a soft image.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                No, please continue to use this one. The exact title is not that important, but I've modified it for you if it makes you feel better



                Seems to be suffering from heat haze, which is not something you can really fix with editing. Sharp images will generally require three things: good conditions (not too far, no heat haze), decent equipment used correctly, and decent editing. Missing any one (or all) of those steps could lead to a soft image.
                Thank you for helping me with this post. I will pay attention to it in the future:
                About the hot fog: does this refer to the gas spewing out of the engine or the subject edge deformation caused by the hot weather? If it's convenient, can you check here to see if these 3 photos are acceptable?(Ps:Both1280pixel) lol
                There may be some deformation if it involves buildings on the ground, but aircraft flying in the air feel less affected by the thermal deformation. There is the soft problem before, is it better now? Click image for larger version

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by LingFeng View Post

                  Thank you for helping me with this post. I will pay attention to it in the future:
                  About the hot fog: does this refer to the gas spewing out of the engine or the subject edge deformation caused by the hot weather?
                  Almost always by the hot weather, or rather when there's a big difference between the air temperature and ground temperature.

                  Originally posted by LingFeng View Post
                  If it's convenient, can you check here to see if these 3 photos are acceptable?
                  All three are borderline acceptable - would be ok for me, but I can't promise everyone would agree.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                    Almost always by the hot weather, or rather when there's a big difference between the air temperature and ground temperature.



                    All three are borderline acceptable - would be ok for me, but I can't promise everyone would agree.
                    Thank you. So taking a picture of an air posture is not going to be very distracting in that respect. The hard work. Let me revise it. Have a nice day.

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                    • #25
                      hello I've just seen refused to queue, on the https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php? Id = 7933448. The TG330 said "Undersharpened (Soft)
                      The grass at the bottom is parallel to the concrete. Should that mean the Horizon is parallel?
                      I like this picture so much that I have revised it to see if it is better. Will it be accepted? thank you
                      The first one is the rejected picture. Which one do you think has the greater probability of being accepted? If not, can you edit it?hello I've just seen refused to queue, on the https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php? Id = 7933448. The TG330 said "Undersharpened (Soft)
                      The grass at the bottom is parallel to the concrete. Should that mean the Horizon is parallel?
                      I like this picture so much that I have revised it to see if it is better. Will it be accepted? thank you
                      The first one is the rejected picture. Which one do you think has the greater probability of being accepted? (Upload only one image)If not, how should I edit it?


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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by LingFeng View Post
                        hello I've just seen refused to queue, on the https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php? Id = 7933448. The TG330 said "Undersharpened (Soft)
                        The grass at the bottom is parallel to the concrete. Should that mean the Horizon is parallel?
                        I like this picture so much that I have revised it to see if it is better. Will it be accepted? thank you
                        The first one is the rejected picture. Which one do you think has the greater probability of being accepted? If not, can you edit it?hello I've just seen refused to queue, on the https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php? Id = 7933448. The TG330 said "Undersharpened (Soft)
                        The grass at the bottom is parallel to the concrete. Should that mean the Horizon is parallel?
                        I like this picture so much that I have revised it to see if it is better. Will it be accepted? thank you
                        The first one is the rejected picture. Which one do you think has the greater probability of being accepted? (Upload only one image)If not, how should I edit it?
                        Second version is improved, and would stand a decent chance at being accepted.

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                        • #27
                          Thank you. What about these images? Can they be accepted? Click image for larger version

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by LingFeng View Post
                            Thank you. What about these images? Can they be accepted? Click image for larger version

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                            These would all very likely be rejected for soft.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                              These would all very likely be rejected for soft.
                              Thanks for the feedback, I have adjusted these photos. I don't know if this is part of the 5 pictures per day limit (because it's actually the same 3 pictures).
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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by LingFeng View Post

                                Thanks for the feedback, I have adjusted these photos. I don't know if this is part of the 5 pictures per day limit (because it's actually the same 3 pictures).
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                                Still a bit soft. Ones with the tower will also need a little CW rotation.

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