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  • MilanWitham - Prescreening/Editing Advice

    Hi everyone, I recently had a rejection for Obstructing Objects / Foreground Clutter and was wondering where in the image the obstruction was.
    Thank you in advance!
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8602126

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    Originally posted by MilanWitham View Post
    Hi everyone, I recently had a rejection for Obstructing Objects / Foreground Clutter and was wondering where in the image the obstruction was.
    Thank you in advance!
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8602126
    The ground is blocking part of the wheels. A bit harsh, and I would have suggested an appeal, but image is also a bit dark. Brighten it a bit and put it back in the queue and let me know.

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    • #3
      Are any of these acceptable??
      They are technically hot as they have been stripped of their liveries and no photos in db without jet2 livery
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      • #4
        Originally posted by MilanWitham View Post
        Are any of these acceptable??
        They are technically hot as they have been stripped of their liveries and no photos in db without jet2 livery
        Too much obstruction on the first, and heat haze on the second.

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        • #5
          Hi all,
          Just a quick question for anyone who might know the answer. I have managed to avoid vignetting in my photos by shooting at f8 and above and have never had an issue but the other day I was out spotting it was a quite cold but clear day. I shot at f8 all day but all of my shots suffered from extreme vignetting. Does anyone know why I haven't had this problem all year but am suffering on cold winter mornings?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by MilanWitham View Post
            Hi all,
            Just a quick question for anyone who might know the answer. I have managed to avoid vignetting in my photos by shooting at f8 and above and have never had an issue but the other day I was out spotting it was a quite cold but clear day. I shot at f8 all day but all of my shots suffered from extreme vignetting. Does anyone know why I haven't had this problem all year but am suffering on cold winter mornings?
            Cold will have nothing to do with vignetting, but if you're using a zoom lens different focal lengths might (little to no vingetting at a wider angle, but strong vignetting at the longer end of the zoom). It's a relatively common effect.

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