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  • Knight Hammer
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    Image was accepted via appeal. Please ignore prior posts.

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Originally posted by Calvin L View Post

    The contrast base on the histogram it didn't span the entire bar, on the left there is little none
    Further increasing contrast (even by a lot) doesn't yield much difference on the histogram. Let's wait for a screener to explain.

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  • Calvin L
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    Would like an inquiry about this rejection:
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9506270
    The photo does not seem to be overexposed based on the histogram. Contrast also seems fine to me as the histogram spans the entire length.
    The contrast base on the histogram it didn't span the entire bar, on the left there is little none

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Would like an inquiry about this rejection:
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9506270
    The photo does not seem to be overexposed based on the histogram. Contrast also seems fine to me as the histogram spans the entire length.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    Good day! Would like a prescreening for these ones. Unsure about the sharpness for 1 and 2 and cluttering for 3.
    1. dirty, borderline oversharpened
    2. soft/blurry
    3. ok for me

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Good day! Would like a prescreening for these ones. Unsure about the sharpness for 1 and 2 and cluttering for 3.​ ​​​​​ Click image for larger version

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    Thanks! Would like a prescreening for this one. Unsure if it's sufficiently sharp under 1280px.
    Bit of heat haze visible, but would be acceptable for me.

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Thanks! Would like a prescreening for this one. Unsure if it's sufficiently sharp under 1280px.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    Greetings! Would like a quick inquiry about the following questions:
    For this photo:
    1) Is this an acceptable crop?
    Yes.

    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    2) Does the addition of the United States emblem counts as hot?
    Small enough change that it would at the screener's discretion.

    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    3) Do I need to select "helicopter" and "cargo" when I upload a photo of an MV-22 Osprey?
    No.

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Greetings! Would like a quick inquiry about the following questions:
    For this photo:
    1) Is this an acceptable crop?
    2) Does the addition of the United States emblem counts as hot? (there used to be no emblem on the right side: https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9921048)
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  • Knight Hammer
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Borderline quality (sharpness/noise) for 1920pix. You might want to try a lower resolution.

    Light borderline; best if you can avoid bright sources behind the aircraft, and get as much of the aircraft lit rather than in shadow as possible.
    Thanks! I forgot to change the crop settings for this one and will adjust as necessary. For lighting condition... that's all this spot could offer for now; I'll try a different one next time.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    Greetings! I'd like a prescreening for these night shots. I'm still new to processing such photos and would like advice for improvements.
    Borderline quality (sharpness/noise) for 1920pix. You might want to try a lower resolution.

    Light borderline; best if you can avoid bright sources behind the aircraft, and get as much of the aircraft lit rather than in shadow as possible.

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Greetings! I'd like a prescreening for these night shots. I'm still new to processing such photos and would like advice for improvements. Thanks!
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  • matteolamberts
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    Would like a prescreening for this one. Would like to know if the cargo loading device is causing obstruction or if there are any other quality issues. Click image for larger version

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    Yup, would lead to an obstruction reject.

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Would like a prescreening for this one. Would like to know if the cargo loading device is causing obstruction or if there are any other quality issues. Click image for larger version

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