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  • Originally posted by ms spot View Post
    Hi, would you please prescreen these two photos, too?
    Both quite soft and badly overprocessed.

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    • Hi, would this picture be acceptable? (if not, why not?)
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      Thank you!

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      • Originally posted by ms spot View Post
        Hi, would this picture be acceptable? (if not, why not?)
        Dark, soft, and horizon is badly off.

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        • Hi, would you please prescreen the following picture?
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          Thanks

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          • Originally posted by ms spot View Post
            Hi, would you please prescreen the following picture?
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            Thanks
            Hi,
            Horizon is off and. it's really too dark and I doubt you can improve the general contrast.

            Regards
            Alex

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            • Hi, would the following picture be acceptable or is it too noisy?
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              Thanks

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              • Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                Hi, would the following picture be acceptable or is it too noisy?
                Looks a bit soft/blurry in spots, but don't think noise is a big issue.

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                • Hi, would you please prescreen the following photo?
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                  Thank you!

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                  • Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                    Hi, would you please prescreen the following photo?
                    Would be rejected for horizon.

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                    • Hi, I'd like to know if any of these pictures could be acceptable in terms of contrast and exposure:
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                      Thank you!

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                      • Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                        Hi, I'd like to know if any of these pictures could be acceptable in terms of contrast and exposure:
                        Unfortunately no.

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                        • Hi, would you please prescreen the following images?
                          Should I select the "Night Shot" category for picture no.1?
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                          Thanks for your help!

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                          • Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                            Hi, would you please prescreen the following images?
                            Should I select the "Night Shot" category for picture no.1?
                            Both images are quite soft, and Night Shot would apply.

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                            • Thanks, are these pictures fixable by adding more sharpening or are they just too soft to become acceptable, no matter how much sharpening I will apply?

                              Apart from being soft, are there any other issues concerning the aforementioned photos?

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                              • Originally posted by ms spot View Post
                                Thanks, are these pictures fixable by adding more sharpening or are they just too soft to become acceptable, no matter how much sharpening I will apply?

                                Apart from being soft, are there any other issues concerning the aforementioned photos?
                                Depending on the quality of the originals and your editing ability, they may or may not be fixable.

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