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  • MQ1131
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    I need some help on cropping and composition. In some cases, I cut the winglet then it got rejected for partial cut off, and sometimes I keep the whole wing, it got bad composition.
    So as for this photo, am I on the right track of cutting part of the wing? Do I need to cut more wing/vertical stabilizer?
    And any potential sharpness issues for this one?
    Thank you in advance!
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  • LX-A343
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    Originally posted by MQ1131 View Post
    I recently had trouble cropping a take-off shot.
    Just wanna know what's works best for JetPhoto standard, Thank you in advance!

    #1 cropping out partial wings on both sides, makes it a close up shot.
    #2 standard full body shot, my concern is if the fuselage is not occupying enough area.
    #3 kind of standard full body shot, with non-essential side wings cutting out.

    ps: haven't done any other post-process, so expected to have eg. dirty dust
    I for one would go with 2 or 3.

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  • MQ1131
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    I recently had trouble cropping a take-off shot.
    Just wanna know what's works best for JetPhoto standard, Thank you in advance!

    #1 cropping out partial wings on both sides, makes it a close up shot.
    #2 standard full body shot, my concern is if the fuselage is not occupying enough area.
    #3 kind of standard full body shot, with non-essential side wings cutting out.

    ps: haven't done any other post-process, so expected to have eg. dirty dust
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  • MQ1131
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Yes, all are soft, and perhaps even some blur on the first.
    Thank you very much!

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by MQ1131 View Post
    Hello guys! I wanna know your advice on these three pics.
    Generally, my concern is possible blurry for #1 and #2, also possible softness on #3
    Yes, all are soft, and perhaps even some blur on the first.

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  • MQ1131
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    Hello guys! I wanna know your advice on these three pics.
    Generally, my concern is possible blurry for #1 and #2, also possible softness on #3
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by MQ1131 View Post
    Hi guys, can I have some advice on these please?
    #1 last time when I upload this pic. It got underexposed, blurry, and horizontal unlevel. I am sure it is not blurry. how about others?
    #2 and #3 are in a pretty similar case, overcast conditions. my question is what is the chance that #2 or #3 be rejected as low contrast?
    #4 Haven't try close-up like this before, any suggestion?
    #5 How is this look like?

    One more question, would you guys prefer full-size photos in the post or as attachments like this?

    Thank you very much in advance!
    1. borderline soft
    2-3 contrast, dirty
    4. dirty, vignetting, borderline dark
    5. dirty, soft, borderline heat haze

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  • MQ1131
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    Hi guys, can I have some advice on these please?
    #1 last time when I upload this pic. It got underexposed, blurry, and horizontal unlevel. I am sure it is not blurry. how about others?
    #2 and #3 are in a pretty similar case, overcast conditions. my question is what is the chance that #2 or #3 be rejected as low contrast?
    #4 Haven't try close-up like this before, any suggestion?
    #5 How is this look like?

    One more question, would you guys prefer full-size photos in the post or as attachments like this?

    Thank you very much in advance!
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  • MQ1131
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
    1. Contrast is an issue. It does not look fixable. 2. Image is soft. Color is fine. 3. Also soft.
    I would strongly recommend you NOT use either of these tools, as they are the most common causes of overprocessing rejections
    Great help! I will just let the first one go and see if I can fix the soft issue.
    Your suggestion also confirmed my doubt about tools like dehaze. Those would really make photo looks unnatural.
    Thank you again!

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  • NYspotter
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    1. Contrast is an issue. It does not look fixable.
    2. Image is soft. Color is fine.
    3. Also soft.



    I would strongly recommend you NOT use either of these tools, as they are the most common causes of overprocessing rejections
    Thanks for reminding me Mr. Low, but honestly this was why I always got over processing rejections when I uploaded photos with sky as background. Right now I never use highlight and shadows on those kind of photos. I just use those 2 tools when I have some photos with ground as background. But anyway, thanks again for your reminder.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by MQ1131 View Post
    Hello! I would like to get some advice about my photos.
    1. Contrast is an issue. It does not look fixable.
    2. Image is soft. Color is fine.
    3. Also soft.

    Originally posted by NYspotter View Post
    ...I would like to try to use dehaze...Maybe you can try to use shadow..? This is a way sometimes I do.
    I would strongly recommend you NOT use either of these tools, as they are the most common causes of overprocessing rejections

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  • NYspotter
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    Originally posted by MQ1131 View Post
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    Hello! I would like to get some advice about my photos.

    #1 what is the chance that this one to be considered as Dark / Underexposed or Too little contrast? If so, what is the chance to fix it?

    #2 my concern of this one is backlit and bad color (blue tone in the shadow)

    #3 this is a dusk shot, any advice on it?

    Thanks for your time in advance!
    1. I think contrast might be a issue. I would like to try to use dehaze.
    2. Maybe you can try to use shadow..? This is a way sometimes I do.
    3. on my PS it shows main gear is a little bit dark, I think it is ok. But as for me, I prefer to put a little bit more light on it. Just remember to select night shot and special scheme

    But anyway, I am not a screener, and those are just my opinions.

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  • MQ1131
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    Hello! I would like to get some advice about my photos.

    #1 what is the chance that this one to be considered as Dark / Underexposed or Too little contrast? If so, what is the chance to fix it?

    #2 my concern of this one is backlit and bad color (blue tone in the shadow)

    #3 this is a dusk shot, any advice on it?

    Thanks for your time in advance!

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  • MQ1131
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    The problem is the crop is too wide to be considered a 'close up'. You'll need to either include the whole aircraft, or crop much closer to the nose for this to work.
    Thank you so much for helping out here! I guess I will crop out the main gear, only leave nose and engine in the frame.

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  • MQ1131
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    Originally posted by NYspotter View Post

    I suggest you to cut main gears off but save engine and winglet. But just upload one of them or you will be rejected as similar
    Great advice!

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