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  • This is my first attempt to shoot at night.
    I'd like to get some editorial advice.
    Thinks.

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    • Originally posted by Hayes Barton View Post
      This is my first attempt to shoot at night.
      I'd like to get some editorial advice.
      Thinks.

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      Aircraft are all dark and have poor contrast.

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      • Dear screeners

        Another one was rejected

        Cause: Horizon unlevel

        As far as I know,the best reference to the horizon is the higher buildings,because they are usually vertical to the ground,in this picture, I compare the tall buildings in the back,and very careful adjustment to every pixel.I want to know how screeners determine the horizon standard

        thanks.

        https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8467109

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        • Originally posted by Hayes Barton View Post
          Dear screeners

          Another one was rejected

          Cause: Horizon unlevel

          As far as I know,the best reference to the horizon is the higher buildings,because they are usually vertical to the ground,in this picture, I compare the tall buildings in the back,and very careful adjustment to every pixel.I want to know how screeners determine the horizon standard

          thanks.

          https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8467109
          Background buildings appear to be leaning right. CCW rotation is needed.

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          • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

            Background buildings appear to be leaning right. CCW rotation is needed.
            Through software and zooming in, I think the background building is not tilted.
            The runway itself is inclined.
            Maybe it's the slanting runway that causes visual errors.

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            When I made some CCW adjustments, the runway was horizontal, but the background building would tilt slightly to the left, which was not obvious at 1280px, but it was easy to see when I zoomed in.

            Should I take care of the runway or the verticality of the background building? Or find a balance?

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            • Originally posted by Hayes Barton View Post

              Through software and zooming in, I think the background building is not tilted.
              The runway itself is inclined.
              Maybe it's the slanting runway that causes visual errors.

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              When I made some CCW adjustments, the runway was horizontal, but the background building would tilt slightly to the left, which was not obvious at 1280px, but it was easy to see when I zoomed in.

              Should I take care of the runway or the verticality of the background building? Or find a balance?

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              Always use the buildings in the background as reference.
              My photos on Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/geridominguez

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              • These are the photos that were rejected, Now I have done the post-processing again,I'd like to get some editorial advice.

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                • Originally posted by Hayes Barton View Post
                  These are the photos that were rejected, Now I have done the post-processing again,I'd like to get some editorial advice.

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                  1-3 borderline oversharpened
                  4 ok for me
                  5 overprocessed, dirty, contrast

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                  • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                    1-3 borderline oversharpened
                    4 ok for me
                    5 overprocessed, dirty, contrast
                    In the last post, #1-3 you gave the opinion that the borderline oversharpened. I reduced the sharpening editor. Is it better now?

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                    • Originally posted by Hayes Barton View Post

                      In the last post, #1-3 you gave the opinion that the borderline oversharpened. I reduced the sharpening editor. Is it better now?

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                      Would be acceptable for me.

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                      • https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8476025

                        In this post, #116 layers, I've sought editorial advice.

                        LX-A343 replied looks good.

                        Reason for rejection: over processed / bad postprocessing

                        I'm quite satisfied with this 748, I'd like to know the specific points, and I guess it can be improved.

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                        • Originally posted by Hayes Barton View Post
                          https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8476025

                          In this post, #116 layers, I've sought editorial advice.

                          LX-A343 replied looks good.

                          Reason for rejection: over processed / bad postprocessing

                          I'm quite satisfied with this 748, I'd like to know the specific points, and I guess it can be improved.
                          Editing halos are visible. You should stop doing whatever it is that is causing them.

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