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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by baqirkazmi787 View Post
    Pre-screen request/Editing Advice

    Hi, Kindly give your reviews on this shot. Unfortunately all the other shots from the sequence got blurred and this is the only non-blurry shot. Therefore, I've tried to recover it as much as I could.
    Image is quite soft.

    Originally posted by baqirkazmi787 View Post
    Post rejection review / editing advice

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9568897

    Rejected over contrast. I'm confused if it's too much or too little. Can you please help out a bit and guide me on how to fix it?
    Contrast too low, all the shadows are washed out.

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  • baqirkazmi787
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    Post rejection review / editing advice

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9568897

    Rejected over contrast. I'm confused if it's too much or too little. Can you please help out a bit and guide me on how to fix it?

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  • baqirkazmi787
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    Pre-screen request/Editing Advice

    Hi, Kindly give your reviews on this shot. Unfortunately all the other shots from the sequence got blurred and this is the only non-blurry shot. Therefore, I've tried to recover it as much as I could.
    Attached Files

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  • baqirkazmi787
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    Originally posted by llpilch View Post

    Yeah, I totally agree. The aircraft is still high in frame.

    And the contrast issue also still remains, the photo has a blue tint in the dark areas. I suggest you to take a look on the histogram of the blue channel using the levels tool in Photoshop. It has a gap on the left side, maybe a little bit of the same issue with the green channel also.
    Okay. Will look into it. Thank you!

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  • llpilch
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    Originally posted by Calvin L View Post

    Still high in frame. My opinion and sight is base on these two lines, must be equal enough.
    Yeah, I totally agree. The aircraft is still high in frame.

    And the contrast issue also still remains, the photo has a blue tint in the dark areas. I suggest you to take a look on the histogram of the blue channel using the levels tool in Photoshop. It has a gap on the left side, maybe a little bit of the same issue with the green channel also.

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  • Calvin L
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    Originally posted by baqirkazmi787 View Post

    I think since the aircraft is spread diagonally across the frame, it gives the effect of being too high in frame but the main fuselage is still in the center. Then again, I could be wrong. Let's see what the head screener has to say.
    Sure do.

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  • baqirkazmi787
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    Originally posted by Calvin L View Post

    Still high in frame. My opinion and sight is base on these two lines, must be equal enough.
    I think since the aircraft is spread diagonally across the frame, it gives the effect of being too high in frame but the main fuselage is still in the center. Then again, I could be wrong. Let's see what the head screener has to say.

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  • Calvin L
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    Originally posted by baqirkazmi787 View Post
    Post Rejection Review / Editing Advice

    I have tried to fix both the issues in the edit below. Kindly give your comments.
    Still high in frame. My opinion and sight is base on these two lines, must be equal enough.
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  • baqirkazmi787
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    Post Rejection Review / Editing Advice

    Hi, This shot got rejected for contrast and bad framing ( https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9565793 ). I have tried to fix both the issues in the edit below. Kindly give your comments.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by baqirkazmi787 View Post
    Post Rejection Editing Advice

    Rejected for being blurry and oversharpened. I've reduced the sharpness, however I don't see how this is blurry from any point. Please give your opinion.
    Whole tail is very soft/blurry. Not fixable.

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  • baqirkazmi787
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    Post Rejection Editing Advice

    Rejected for being blurry and oversharpened. I've reduced the sharpness, however I don't see how this is blurry from any point. Please give your opinion.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by baqirkazmi787 View Post
    Pre-screening request / Editing advice

    Concerned about the contrast in this shot. Please give your comments.
    Borderline for contrast. Also looks like some issues with compression/sharpening.

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  • baqirkazmi787
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    Pre-screening request / Editing advice

    Concerned about the contrast in this shot. Please give your comments.
    Attached Files

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by baqirkazmi787 View Post
    Pre-screening request / Editing advice

    Hi. I'm having some editing issues. Please tell if the photo provided below looks over-processed / over-exposed? There are white-ish halos around the fuselage which is giving me the impression that it is. However, if you see the histogram it shows that it is perfectly exposed and if I decrease it any further it would count as underexposed. I have tried reducing the whites as well but no luck. Please do give some advice on how to fix this.
    Not sure what you're expecting from this..that looks like an equalized image, and as such can't comment on exposure or editing. I do hope this is not what you uploaded.

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  • Calvin L
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    Originally posted by baqirkazmi787 View Post
    Pre-screening request / Editing advice

    Hi. I'm having some editing issues. Please tell if the photo provided below looks over-processed / over-exposed? There are white-ish halos around the fuselage which is giving me the impression that it is. However, if you see the histogram it shows that it is perfectly exposed and if I decrease it any further it would count as underexposed. I have tried reducing the whites as well but no luck. Please do give some advice on how to fix this.
    Since this has not been replied for long time then,
    ​​​​​​My opinion over-processed since there are a lot of colour in this image, some halos are present during shooting and not fixable
    Anyway, a question for the crew since I never encounter this problem, if the image has a lot of colours around it, is it bad post-processing and not acceptable? Thank you

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