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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ronen_fefer View Post
    Hi everyone the following photo was rejected for softness and uncetering. The problem is how do i know that the sharpness is correct since there are no visible references?
    The aircraft is a visible reference. It is soft.

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  • ronen_fefer
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    Hi everyone the following photo was rejected for softness and uncetering. The problem is how do i know that the sharpness is correct since there are no visible references?
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by MarkLawrence View Post
    To quote from the "State of the forum" post pinned at the top:

    "As such, I would like to request that you refrain from posting any new pre-screening requests until at least such time as the image attachment issues is resolved. Post-screening requests with ?links to rejected images or general editing advice is ok."
    Don't think too many people are taking the time to actually read all the posts

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  • MarkLawrence
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    To quote from the "State of the forum" post pinned at the top:

    "As such, I would like to request that you refrain from posting any new pre-screening requests until at least such time as the image attachment issues is resolved. Post-screening requests with ?links to rejected images or general editing advice is ok."

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  • ronen_fefer
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    Originally posted by ronen_fefer View Post
    Hi will this photo be accepted as a silhouette photo?

    https://www.flickr.com/gp/186012304@N06/HVEw8YLMhp
    sorry had to upload a link because i am unable to upload the photo here.
    ?

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  • ronen_fefer
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    Hi will this photo be accepted as a silhouette photo?

    https://www.flickr.com/gp/186012304@N06/HVEw8YLMhp
    sorry had to upload a link because i am unable to upload the photo here.

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  • ronen_fefer
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    Originally posted by TRTPUwU View Post

    Contrast/compression imo
    What do you mean by compression in this photo?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ronen_fefer View Post
    thanks for the feedback here is my second attempt could you have a look at it as well ?
    Soft, dirty, overprocessed/vignetting.

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  • TRTPUwU
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    Originally posted by ronen_fefer View Post
    thanks for the feedback here is my second attempt could you have a look at it as well ?
    Click image for larger version

Name:	Ronen-Fefer_873.jpg
Views:	35
Size:	441.3 KB
ID:	1188141
    Contrast/compression imo

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  • ronen_fefer
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    thanks for the feedback here is my second attempt could you have a look at it as well ?
    Click image for larger version

Name:	Ronen-Fefer_873.jpg
Views:	35
Size:	441.3 KB
ID:	1188141

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ronen_fefer View Post
    Hello everyone, could someone do a prescreen check on the following photo for me?
    Soft, contrast, compression.

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  • ronen_fefer
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    Click image for larger version

Name:	Ronen-Fefer_873.jpg
Views:	41
Size:	270.6 KB
ID:	1188075 Hello everyone, could someone do a prescreen check on the following photo for me?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ronen_fefer View Post

    Just curious to know, but is the photo of the air Cairo jet above recoverable in any way?
    Backlighting/bad angle light is not really something you can 'recover'.

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  • ronen_fefer
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Because more light is falling on the opposite side of the aircraft than the one visible to you.
    Just curious to know, but is the photo of the air Cairo jet above recoverable in any way?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by ronen_fefer View Post

    I'm just curious but is it due to the tail being darker than the rest of the aircraft correct?
    If so then maybe it's because the tail is painted darker so that might be the reason?
    Because more light is falling on the opposite side of the aircraft than the one visible to you.

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