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ID:	1131616 Hi!, this is my first post, i would like to get these photos prescreened

  • #2
    Hi, this is actually not a bad set of shots. Nothing screams out at me that's dramatically wrong. I would watch for compression though, but that might be partly due to posting here.

    1. Maybe slight compression issues. Make sure you select night shot for low sun.
    2. Shame about the fence. Just doesn't make it aesthetically pleasing but shouldn't be a reason for rejection. Again watch for compression.
    3. Maybe a touch more sharpness.
    4. Maybe a slight green colour tint? Did you shoot through a window? Also a little more brightness would be preferable.
    5. Appears to be some slight heat distortion on the front end. I know this is very possible at LAS, having spotted from the same locations and got the same angles.

    I'm being pretty picky though as I say overall not a bad set.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by B7772ADL View Post
      Hi, this is actually not a bad set of shots. Nothing screams out at me that's dramatically wrong. I would watch for compression though, but that might be partly due to posting here.

      1. Maybe slight compression issues. Make sure you select night shot for low sun.
      2. Shame about the fence. Just doesn't make it aesthetically pleasing but shouldn't be a reason for rejection. Again watch for compression.
      3. Maybe a touch more sharpness.
      4. Maybe a slight green colour tint? Did you shoot through a window? Also a little more brightness would be preferable.
      5. Appears to be some slight heat distortion on the front end. I know this is very possible at LAS, having spotted from the same locations and got the same angles.

      I'm being pretty picky though as I say overall not a bad set.
      Thank you very much for your advice, its the first time i upload photos to the forum so i think that’s the cause of compression artefacts, on 4 i did shoot through a window in LAS so i need to play a little bit with white balance then, on 5 im going to search for another photo with less distortion

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      • #4
        Hi i would like to have prescreening on these photos
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        • #5
          Originally posted by MARK0 View Post
          Hi i would like to have prescreening on these photos
          1. technically not backlit, but most of the aircraft is in shadow
          2. soft
          3. soft/blurry
          4. soft
          5. soft, dark, cut off

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          • #6
            Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

            1. technically not backlit, but most of the aircraft is in shadow
            2. soft
            3. soft/blurry
            4. soft
            5. soft, dark, cut off
            Thanks for the help

            On number 1 i want to upload it as hot, so no issues on that one right?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by MARK0 View Post

              Thanks for the help

              On number 1 i want to upload it as hot, so no issues on that one right?
              As I mentioned, technically not backlit, but most of the aircraft is in shadow.

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              • #8
                Hi!, i would like to have a prescreening/editing advice on these photos, most of this photos are either window view or cockpit, i haven’t uploaded any type of window/cockpit so im new to this type of categories
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by MARK0 View Post
                  Hi!, i would like to have a prescreening/editing advice on these photos, most of this photos are either window view or cockpit, i haven’t uploaded any type of window/cockpit so im new to this type of categories
                  1. soft, contrast, glare
                  2. horizon, borderline soft/contrast
                  3. dark
                  4. soft, borderline dark
                  5. dark, contrast

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                  • #10
                    Hi!, i want some prescreening and if you can, advice on the editing of these 2 photos
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by MARK0 View Post
                      Hi!, i want some prescreening and if you can, advice on the editing of these 2 photos
                      1. something in sky next to winglet, maybe poor dust removal?
                      2. borderline soft

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                        1. something in sky next to winglet, maybe poor dust removal?
                        2. borderline soft
                        I removed a dust spot on 1, can that be a problem?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by MARK0 View Post
                          I removed a dust spot on 1, can that be a problem?
                          It can be.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                            It can be.
                            I saw the problem on the check for dust, i already corrected it thanks for the advice dana!

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                            • #15
                              Hi!, i was checking some files from the past year and i wanted to have a prescreening on them , also i don’t know if screeners accept top-lit photos
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