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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ak13photography View Post
    got rejected for oversharpen several times. Quite unusual as i usually get rejections for under. Reduced sharpening quite a bit for this one from 80 to 20 https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=10436707 . I honestly think it's alright. The attached photo is with no sharpness added for reference. Which one seems acceptable ? thanks in advance.
    Attached photo is somewhat better.

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  • ak13photography
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    got rejected for oversharpen several times. Quite unusual as i usually get rejections for under. Reduced sharpening quite a bit for this one from 80 to 20 https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=10436707 . I honestly think it's alright. The attached photo is with no sharpness added for reference. Which one seems acceptable ? thanks in advance.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ak13photography View Post
    will a shot like this be acceptable ? Wanted to incorporate 2 planes in 1 pic.
    Framing is ok; quality is not. Issues with softness, contrast, color, etc..

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  • ak13photography
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    will a shot like this be acceptable ? Wanted to incorporate 2 planes in 1 pic.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ak13photography View Post
    any chance of this making it through? taken in overcast conditions. thanks in advance.
    Very likely to be rejected for soft and contrast.

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  • ak13photography
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    any chance of this making it through? taken in overcast conditions. thanks in advance.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ak13photography View Post
    thoughts on these 2? TIA
    Both likely to be rejected for dark/contrast.

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  • ak13photography
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    thoughts on these 2? TIA
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ak13photography View Post
    The weather wasn't the best so asking for a second opinion for these shots. Thanks in advance.
    1. oversharpened, heat haze, contrast
    2. soft/heat haze, contrast
    3. soft, contrast
    4. backlit, heat haze

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  • ak13photography
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    The weather wasn't the best so asking for a second opinion for these shots. Thanks in advance.
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ak13photography View Post
    This one got rejected for noise so I added some noise reduction. Is it okay now ?
    Better, but sky still a bit noisy.

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  • ak13photography
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    This one got rejected for noise so I added some noise reduction. Is it okay now ? TIA.
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=10099402
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ak13photography View Post
    was a bit confused on how to center the aircraft. The angle of the shot makes it seem that one wing is longer than the other. Which of the 2 should i go for ? . For the 3rd pic is the horizon okay. I used the wheel base as the reference. Thanks in advance for the help !
    Centering ok for either. Can't tell the horizon on the third.

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  • ak13photography
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    was a bit confused on how to center the aircraft. The angle of the shot makes it seem that one wing is longer than the other. Which of the 2 should i go for ? . For the 3rd pic is the horizon okay. I used the wheel base as the reference. Thanks in advance for the help !
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ak13photography View Post
    thoughts on this ?
    Would be ok for me.

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