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    Hi,
    Any prescreening advice you give would be appreciated
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    1 is backlit. not worth pursuing.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by CharlieTripp View Post
      Hi,
      Any prescreening advice you be appreciated
      1. backlit, soft
      2. dirty

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      • #4
        Hello,
        The help on the last two photos was greatly appreciated, I am looking for any advice on these two new photos.

        Thank You
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        • #5
          Originally posted by CharlieTripp View Post
          Hello,
          The help on the last two photos was greatly appreciated, I am looking for any advice on these two new photos.

          Thank You
          Both would be rejected for dark/contrast, as there is a lack of direct light on the aircraft.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

            Both would be rejected for dark/contrast, as there is a lack of direct light on the aircraft.
            Can I just lighten the photos or is not fixable because it was cloudy when these were taken?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by CharlieTripp View Post

              Can I just lighten the photos or is not fixable because it was cloudy when these were taken?
              Likely the latter.

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              • #8
                I have two different photos of Air Force One, one has the standard crop but the other shows the skyline of Downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, I think that normally that photo would get rejected for a bad crop but I am curious if the uniqueness of the photo will change that. I also have no Idea how to add Air Force One to JetPhotos, I don't know what the full serial number/tail number.

                Thanks
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by CharlieTripp View Post
                  I have two different photos of Air Force One, one has the standard crop but the other shows the skyline of Downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, I think that normally that photo would get rejected for a bad crop but I am curious if the uniqueness of the photo will change that. I also have no Idea how to add Air Force One to JetPhotos, I don't know what the full serial number/tail number.

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                  Both have quality issues, especially the latter, so kind of a moot point.

                  Jetphotos is a database, with nearly 600 images already accepted of this aircraft, so shouldn't be hard to find the info:

                  https://www.jetphotos.com/registration/82-8000

                  That being said, please don't upload either of these images as they will certainly be rejected for quality issues.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                    Both have quality issues, especially the latter, so kind of a moot point.

                    Jetphotos is a database, with nearly 600 images already accepted of this aircraft, so shouldn't be hard to find the info:

                    https://www.jetphotos.com/registration/82-8000

                    That being said, please don't upload either of these images as they will certainly be rejected for quality issues.
                    By quality do you mean the photo was cropped to much so and there was not enough pixels or zoom to allow that crop or something else? I am newer to photo editing and don't always perfectly understand what always meant by the reasons for rejection

                    Thanks

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by CharlieTripp View Post

                      By quality do you mean the photo was cropped to much so and there was not enough pixels or zoom to allow that crop or something else? I am newer to photo editing and don't always perfectly understand what always meant by the reasons for rejection

                      Thanks
                      Im not a crew, the quality here refers to the own image quality not pixels or cropping as you said. High chance due to the heat haze or shooting distance. There is also vignetting issue with second image.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by CharlieTripp View Post

                        By quality do you mean the photo was cropped to much so and there was not enough pixels or zoom to allow that crop or something else? I am newer to photo editing and don't always perfectly understand what always meant by the reasons for rejection

                        Thanks
                        First image would be rejected for soft/heat haze, the second for soft, blurry, too far, centering, vignetting, horizon, dark, and contrast. In other words (as I stated), the quality is nowhere near what would be needed for the image(s) to be included in the DB.

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                        • #13
                          I tried to fix some of the issues stated and am looking for advice if I did enough to fix the problems. Or do the photos need more editing?

                          Thanks
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by CharlieTripp View Post
                            I tried to fix some of the issues stated and am looking for advice if I did enough to fix the problems. Or do the photos need more editing?

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                            1. dark/contrast
                            2. soft
                            3. dirty
                            4. soft, contrast

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                            • #15
                              Is the tug in the first picture blocking to much of the plane, and what further editing need to be done on the two pictures?

                              Thanks
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