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  • ms spot
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    Oh, then obviously not fixable as a huge amount of sharpening has been added yet...

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ms spot View Post
    Is it better now?
    Still soft.

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  • ms spot
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    Is it better now?
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ms spot View Post
    Hello, I would like to have an opinion on the following two pictures regarding sharpness and overall quality
    Dark, soft.

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  • ms spot
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    Hello, I would like to have an opinion on the following two pictures regarding sharpness and overall quality
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    Thank you

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ms spot View Post
    Which of these Pictures has the highest probability of being accepted with a better edit?

    Or: Which of these Pictures is less affected by your aforementioned issues?

    Thanks again
    They are all affected more or less equally.

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  • ms spot
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    Which of these Pictures has the highest probability of being accepted with a better edit?

    Or: Which of these Pictures is less affected by your aforementioned issues?

    Thanks again

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ms spot View Post
    Hello, I would like to have a prescreening on the following pictures, taken in Lanzarote with my Canon Powershot Camera:
    I see potential issues with (weak) contrast, noise/compression, and sharpness.

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  • ms spot
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    Hello, I would like to have a prescreening on the following pictures, taken in Lanzarote with my Canon Powershot Camera:
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    Thank you!

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ms spot View Post
    Hi, I would Like to know why the following Photo was rejected for Bad Composition / Aircraft Not centered
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=10224906

    Thanks!
    Indeed a bit too low in the frame.

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  • MarkLawrence
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    Not a screener, but if you look at the centering tool, there is more gap over the top of the fuselage and under it - so it's a little low in the frame.

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  • ms spot
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    Hi, I would Like to know why the following Photo was rejected for Bad Composition / Aircraft Not centered
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=10224906

    Thanks!

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ms spot View Post
    Unfortunately, the Photos above were rejected for Undersharpened/soft, Parts of aircraft Cut Off (Finnair) and Undersharpened/soft (Aerotranscargo).

    Concerning the First Photo, I really do Not understand why it should be soft as it's scaled down nearly as much as possible and kind of Sharp in the original Version. The Obstruction is maybe subjective but I think I have already had similar Photos accepted.

    The Second Photo's quality is in my opinion much worse but I think it should have rather been rejected for Heat Haze than soft.

    I would Like to know why the screener's opinions regarding These two- I'd say Kind of usual photos- differ that drastically from each other and If the rejection reasons are totally understandable or If there's been a "mistake" in the screening process (or in the Forum prescreening, but do Not Take it as criticism).


    Note: My device Tends to Transform english words Into German, which Makes it extremely difficult to write Texts without any grammar mistakes- Sorry for the incovenience!
    Cut off for the first? I suppose the tow vehicle is indeed cropped awkwardly, but I'll obviously disagree on the softness. Heat haze is a direct cause of softness, so not surprising for the second. Quite often the two reasons can be interchanged - Heat haze causing softness/Soft due to heat haze.

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  • ms spot
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    Unfortunately, the Photos above were rejected for Undersharpened/soft, Parts of aircraft Cut Off (Finnair) and Undersharpened/soft (Aerotranscargo).

    Concerning the First Photo, I really do Not understand why it should be soft as it's scaled down nearly as much as possible and kind of Sharp in the original Version. The Obstruction is maybe subjective but I think I have already had similar Photos accepted.

    The Second Photo's quality is in my opinion much worse but I think it should have rather been rejected for Heat Haze than soft.

    I would Like to know why the screener's opinions regarding These two- I'd say Kind of usual photos- differ that drastically from each other and If the rejection reasons are totally understandable or If there's been a "mistake" in the screening process (or in the Forum prescreening, but do Not Take it as criticism).


    Note: My device Tends to Transform english words Into German, which Makes it extremely difficult to write Texts without any grammar mistakes- Sorry for the incovenience!

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ms spot View Post
    Thus, I would be great if you prescreeneed these two images too!
    1. ok for me
    2. borderline heat haze

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