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  • Thanks.
    Could I also please get prescreening advice on this picture? Thanks!
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    • Originally posted by eurowing View Post
      Thanks.
      Could I also please get prescreening advice on this picture?
      A bit soft and slight red tint.

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      • Thank. you. The tint should be gone. I tried to make it a bit sharper, but I don't want to overdo it. Would this be ok? Thanks!

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        • Originally posted by eurowing View Post
          Thank. you. The tint should be gone. I tried to make it a bit sharper, but I don't want to overdo it. Would this be ok? Thanks!
          Acceptable for me.

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          • Great, thanks.
            Could I also ask for prescreening advice on this one, please?

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            • Originally posted by eurowing View Post
              Great, thanks.
              Could I also ask for prescreening advice on this one, please?
              Nearly backlit, but ok for me.

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              • Hi, the picture was rejected for "too much or too little contrast". Honestly, I cannot even tell which of the two applies? I have added more contrast to it than usual, but really, I cannot see if I need to add even more or take some out.

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                • Originally posted by eurowing View Post
                  Hi, the picture was rejected for "too much or too little contrast". Honestly, I cannot even tell which of the two applies? I have added more contrast to it than usual, but really, I cannot see if I need to add even more or take some out.
                  It is related to my previous assessment. Not enough light is falling on the side of the aircraft facing you to be considered properly contrasted (i.e. nearly backlit). Not something that could easily be fixed with editing.

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                  • I see, thank you!

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