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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    Would like a pre-screening for these two. Thanks for the help in advance. ​​​​​​​Click image for larger version

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    Backlit/poor contrast on both of these.

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Would like a pre-screening for these two. Thanks for the help in advance. ​​​​​​​Click image for larger version

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
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    Was able to pass with the first one on a 1024px version. Much obliged for the help. I'd like a prescreening for these two, not sure about the centering.
    Both a bit high in the frame.

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Don't see much difference for haze. Clutter also a bit more distracting.
    Was able to pass with the first one on a 1024px version. Much obliged for the help. I'd like a prescreening for these two, not sure about the centering.
    Edit: the photo in the queue is B-304U, while this is B-304V.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post

    I see. Reworked one from an earlier frame where heat haze is not so obvious. Is it backlit though? Click image for larger version

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    Don't see much difference for haze. Clutter also a bit more distracting.

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Borderline heat hazed/blurry. No obstruction.
    I see. Reworked one from an earlier frame where heat haze is not so obvious. Is it backlit though? Click image for larger version

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    Good day! I'd like a prescreening for this one. I'd also like to know if the tow equipment and the maintenance crew here would be considered obstruction. Click image for larger version Name:	IMG_5000R.jpg Views:	0 Size:	680.9 KB ID:	1114978
    Borderline heat hazed/blurry. No obstruction.

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Good day! I'd like a prescreening for this one. I'd also like to know if the tow equipment and the maintenance crew here would be considered obstruction. Click image for larger version  Name:	IMG_5000R.jpg Views:	0 Size:	680.9 KB ID:	1114978

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    Much obliged. Would like prescreening for these ones.
    *Edit: the color of the latter two appears to be off on the forum but looks okay in the queue (both have been withdrawn prior to this screening request). The first one looks fine though. This seems new to me and I'd like to know what could be the problem.
    Check the embedded color profile. Using anything other that sRGB might cause this issue.

    1. soft, dark, noisy
    2. color, contrast, borderline overexposed
    3. blurry
    4. heat hazed, contrast

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Much obliged. Would like prescreening for these ones.
    *Edit: the color of the latter two appears to be off on the forum but looks okay in the queue (both have been withdrawn prior to this screening request). The first one looks fine though. This seems new to me and I'd like to know what could be the problem.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    Would like a prescreening for these ones.
    1. centering
    2. centering, contrast
    3. contrast, soft, dirty
    4. contrast, overprocessed
    5. oversharpened, heat haze

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Would like a prescreening for these ones. Thanks for the help. Click image for larger version

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    Greeting! I'd like a prescreening for these photos. Much obliged for the help.
    1. borderline soft
    2. dirty, borderline contrast
    3. borderline oversharpened
    4. color

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Greeting! I'd like a prescreening for these photos. Much obliged for the help. Click image for larger version

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    Rather unsure about this one, thus I've withdrawn it from the queue and came here for advice.
    A bit bright, but otherwise ok for me.

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