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  • #31
    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Image is badly heat hazed. It will never be acceptable, sorry.
    Ok thank you dlowwa

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    • #32
      Hello, Here are more photos to be queued soon, kindly help. Thank you
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      • #33
        Originally posted by Calvin L View Post
        Hello, Here are more photos to be queued soon, kindly help. Thank you
        1. borderline contrast/heat haze/vingetting
        2. contrast, borderline soft
        3. soft, overprocessed
        4. overprocessed
        5. contrast

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        • #34
          Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

          1. borderline contrast/heat haze/vingetting
          2. contrast, borderline soft
          3. soft, overprocessed
          4. overprocessed
          5. contrast
          So it means that there is too much contrast on the photos? Here are more, got a lot and still in learning stage evendow I read help guideline and friends Thanks dlowwa
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          • #35
            Originally posted by Calvin L View Post

            So it means that there is too much contrast on the photos? Here are more, got a lot and still in learning stage evendow I read help guideline and friends Thanks dlowwa
            Contrast in that case was referring to the poor light from the cloudy weather. It's not such an easy thing to fix with editing

            1. overprocessed, borderline heat haze
            2. borderline soft
            3. overprocessed
            4. ok for me
            5. borderline dark/contrast

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            • #36
              Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

              Contrast in that case was referring to the poor light from the cloudy weather. It's not such an easy thing to fix with editing

              1. overprocessed, borderline heat haze
              2. borderline soft
              3. overprocessed
              4. ok for me
              5. borderline dark/contrast
              Ok dlowwa, Ive fixed the PK-AZM and more pictures to be fixed maybe? Thank you
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              • #37
                Originally posted by Calvin L View Post

                Ok dlowwa, Ive fixed the PK-AZM and more pictures to be fixed maybe? Thank you
                Hi, please read here carefully when you get the chance, especially #3, and my follow-on post

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

                3. Please limit your prescreening requests to a maximum of 5 images per 24 hours (not calendar day)

                Prescreening is meant to be used as a tool to check certain images you are unsure about, learn from the feedback you receive, improve, then hopefully not need to ask for help in those areas any more. It is not meant to be a process where you post the maximum number of requests you can, wait the minimum 24 hours, then post the maximum again, and repeat. I see more than a few guys doing this, and it shows me that they are not really making any effort to learn from the process but rather are simply taking advantage of free screening. If you've taken 10+ images in similar conditions, there is no need to post all of them for feedback. One or two will do, and you can then apply that feedback to the rest.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                  Hi, please read here carefully when you get the chance, especially #3, and my follow-on post

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

                  3. Please limit your prescreening requests to a maximum of 5 images per 24 hours (not calendar day)

                  Prescreening is meant to be used as a tool to check certain images you are unsure about, learn from the feedback you receive, improve, then hopefully not need to ask for help in those areas any more. It is not meant to be a process where you post the maximum number of requests you can, wait the minimum 24 hours, then post the maximum again, and repeat. I see more than a few guys doing this, and it shows me that they are not really making any effort to learn from the process but rather are simply taking advantage of free screening. If you've taken 10+ images in similar conditions, there is no need to post all of them for feedback. One or two will do, and you can then apply that feedback to the rest.
                  Hi again dlowwa, yes I have read all that slowly, sorry in advance for that dlowwa, most of my picture would normally result in halos but mostly overprocessed, so I should only fix it by light tones? I always auto tone every picture tho Thank You

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