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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    Greetings! I'd like a prescreening for these two images, particularly about the partial heat distortion issue. In both cases the horizontal stabilizers seem to be slightly affected by the heat generated by the engine or the APU. I'd like to know if they're within an acceptable level or I need a smaller resolution to hide it. Thanks!
    Indeed, quality not really there for 1920pix, especially the first. Second also dark.

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Greetings! I'd like a prescreening for these two images, particularly about the partial heat distortion issue. In both cases the horizontal stabilizers seem to be slightly affected by the heat generated by the engine or the APU. I'd like to know if they're within an acceptable level or I need a smaller resolution to hide it. Thanks!
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    Would like a prescreening for this one, especially about the horizon. Currently, I use the lamp pole for vertical alignment but it seems weird. Should I use the vertical edges of the power unit instead or other references?
    Can't tell for sure, but the verticals do seem to be leaning a bit to the right.

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Would like a prescreening for this one, especially about the horizon. Currently, I use the lamp pole for vertical alignment but it seems weird. Should I use the vertical edges of the power unit instead or other references?
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    Would like a prescreening for this one:
    Borderline soft.

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Would like a prescreening for this one: Click image for larger version

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ID:	1129738 The halo effect was present on the original image before any editing and lens correction was off. The issue appeared on this image only. The histogram also looked quite weird to me, so I'd like your opinions. Thanks for the help.

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Quick question: for ITA Airways aircraft still in Alitalia livery should we upload as ITA Airways or Alitalia? It appears that ITA Airways aircraft with Alitalia livery are still being uploaded as Alitalia while those with updated livery are uploaded as ITA Airways.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    Would like an editing advice on this one:
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ID:	1128556 The image shows up as overexposed on the histogram as I upload (it is withdrawn from queue now):

    Yet I'm unable to determine where or how is the image overexposed as the histogram appears fine on my editing software (Photoshop 2021).
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    It gets worse when I apply a 40% 0.4 pixels USM sharpening which I usually do after cropping the image. Wonder what could be causing the problem and how could I fix it.
    Histogram is a guide. Overall, the image's exposure looks acceptable to me.

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Would like an editing advice on this one:
    Click image for larger version

Name:	IMG_5724R.jpg
Views:	131
Size:	1.68 MB
ID:	1128556 The image shows up as overexposed on the histogram as I upload (it is withdrawn from queue now):

    Yet I'm unable to determine where or how is the image overexposed as the histogram appears fine on my editing software (Photoshop 2021).
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    It gets worse when I apply a 40% 0.4 pixels USM sharpening which I usually do after cropping the image. Wonder what could be causing the problem and how could I fix it.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Knight Hammer View Post
    Would like a prescreening for the horizon leveling for these ones: which background object should I use for vertical alignment? Or should I have leveled with horizontal references (fences or runway)?
    Verticals in the background should be used. Last one might need a little CCW, but otherwise don't see any major issues with horizon on these.

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  • Knight Hammer
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    Would like a prescreening for the horizon leveling for these ones: which background object should I use for vertical alignment? Or should I have leveled with horizontal references (fences or runway)?
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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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