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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by sandypilania View Post
    Hi....Now a days some of my shots are getting rejected for 'horizon level' issues. I click shots from a height of around 250 feet so there are not buildings or vertical structures (except lighting poles). In this case what should be taken as reference for levelling horizon? I am attaching 4 photos for this purpose. Would be really great if you could suggest me what to take as reference in each of these 4 photos.
    Vertical references, towards the center of the frame if possible, are always best. These four examples all do seem to have some issues with the horizon.

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  • sandypilania
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    Hi....Now a days some of my shots are getting rejected for 'horizon level' issues. I click shots from a height of around 250 feet so there are not buildings or vertical structures (except lighting poles). In this case what should be taken as reference for levelling horizon? I am attaching 4 photos for this purpose. Would be really great if you could suggest me what to take as reference in each of these 4 photos.
    Attached Files

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by sandypilania View Post
    Hi, May I have pre-screening advice for following photos? Thank you.
    Slightly oversharpened, but would be ok for me.

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  • sandypilania
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    Hi, May I have pre-screening advice for following photos? Thank you.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by sandypilania View Post
    Good Morning...May I request pre-screening advice for following photos? I have tried to work on halos and bad colors issue in air shots. Thank you.
    1. oversharpened
    2. backlit
    3. contrast, oversharpened
    4. backlit/contrast, oversharpened
    5. contrast, oversharpened, compression

    2-5 not fixable.

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  • sandypilania
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    Good Morning...May I request pre-screening advice for following photos? I have tried to work on halos and bad colors issue in air shots. Thank you.
    Attached Files

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by sandypilania View Post
    Hello...most of my Air shots are getting rejected with the same reason everytime i.e. over-processed and bad colors. I am using same settings (in Photoshop) that I use for ground shots...so what are the things or changes I should consider for Air shots? My acceptance rate is close to 60% but most of the accepted shots are Ground shots only.
    I did mention this to you above. Overprocessed due to editing halos, and colors are oversaturated.

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  • sandypilania
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    Hello...most of my Air shots are getting rejected with the same reason everytime i.e. over-processed and bad colors. I am using same settings (in Photoshop) that I use for ground shots...so what are the things or changes I should consider for Air shots? My acceptance rate is close to 60% but most of the accepted shots are Ground shots only.

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  • sandypilania
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    Thank you very much. It will help me a lot.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by sandypilania View Post
    Hi... I need pre-screening advice for these shots. Thank you.
    1-2 backlit, oversharpened, heat haze
    3-4 ok for me
    5. borderline contrast/soft

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  • sandypilania
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    Hi... I need pre-screening advice for these shots. Thank you.
    Attached Files

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  • sandypilania
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    Thank you very much dlowwa.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by sandypilania View Post
    I request pre-screening advice for following photos:
    1. oversharpened, overprocessed, noisy, color (oversaturated)
    2. overprocessed
    3. borderline overprocessed
    4-5. borderline dark/soft

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  • sandypilania
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    I request pre-screening advice for following photos:

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    ​​​​​​​Thank you very much.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by sandypilania View Post
    Hi everyone, on one of the image I uploaded, I got comment as: borderline soft. How to correct this in Photoshop?
    Hello,

    Please read here carefully when you get the chance, especially #4:

    https://forums.jetphotos.com/forum/a...ning-from-crew

    I've merged your threads, but in the future please just use the one singe thread for further questions.

    Softness can be corrected by adding sharpening.

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