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    Hello!

    I took the following photos from my last visit to Salzburg airport:
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    Are they acceptable?
    If not, why would they be rejected?

  • #2
    If the photo size is incorrect (and I think so) here is another try
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    Thank you for your advice!

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    • #3
      Hello.
      1.Overexposed, size,soft
      2.Size
      3 Size
      4 Overexposed, size, horisont
      P.S. I am not screener...)

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ms spot View Post
        If the photo size is incorrect (and I think so) here is another try
        Please post only upload size images. Images larger than 1920pix cannot be uploaded, so there is no point in pre-screening them. Your limit is likely 1280 in any case. Also, please read here when you get a chance:

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

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        • #5
          Actually, the original size of those images was below 1920px...
          But, however, at your request, here is another try:
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          If the size is still wrong, please explain me how to change it...
          Thank you for your patience!

          Best regards from Austria!

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          • #6
            Originally posted by ms spot View Post
            Actually, the original size of those images was below 1920px
            Originally posted by ms spot View Post
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            2459x1656, but anyway..

            Originally posted by ms spot View Post
            however, at your request, here is another try:
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            Images are suffering from harsh contrast, softness, and compression.

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            • #7
              May it be generally possible to reach an acceptance of one of these photos by attaching importance to those aspects?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                May it be generally possible to reach an acceptance of one of these photos by attaching importance to those aspects?
                I'm sorry, but your question is unclear.

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                • #9
                  Are these pictures salvageable or would a new edit, in which contrast, compression and sharpness are improved, just turn into a new rejection?

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                    Are these pictures salvageable or would a new edit, in which contrast, compression and sharpness are improved, just turn into a new rejection?
                    Without knowing exactly what you are starting with, I think the last two would stand a pretty good chance of being accepted if the quality is there on the originals, and you can come up with better edits.

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                    • #11
                      Thank you for answering my question!
                      Could I have some advice on following pictures?
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                      • #12
                        Please note, that I have got no real experience in editing pictures because I am no professional spotter!
                        The reason why I have given up the old pictures is, that the main problems of my taken images are the same and I just wanted to start a new try.
                        Thank you for your understanding!

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                          Please note, that I have got no real experience in editing pictures because I am no professional spotter!
                          Don't think anyone is really a 'professional' spotter. Everyone is here as a hobby.

                          Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                          Could I have some advice on following pictures?
                          All of these images are compressed, and very poorly lit. The latter has nothing to do with editing, and everything to do with choosing to spot on a (very) cloudy day. Of course go spotting whenever you please, but just realise that any images taken in such conditions will almost certainly not be acceptable for uploading here.

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                          • #14
                            Thank you for responding!
                            Actually, the wheather conditions weren't that bad on that day (as you can especially see at EUROWINGS & TURKISH) and I can find plenty of pictures taken under such circumstances in the database (also from SZG airport). Wouldn't it help to expose the pictures?

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                              Thank you for responding!
                              Actually, the wheather conditions weren't that bad on that day (as you can especially see at EUROWINGS & TURKISH) and I can find plenty of pictures taken under such circumstances in the database (also from SZG airport). Wouldn't it help to expose the pictures?
                              If you want to invest the time, go for it. Pretty sure I know what the results will be, but it's your time to spend.

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