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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by jhud922 View Post
    A few from a recent air show that I'd like 2nd opinions on please.
    1, 4. ok for me
    2. borderline dark/soft
    3. technically backlit, but most of the aircraft is well lit so might get a pass
    5. backlit

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  • jhud922
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    A few from a recent air show that I'd like 2nd opinions on please.
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  • jhud922
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    I gotcha. I'll reign it in.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by jhud922 View Post
    Sorry, I guess that last post was 1:30 away from 24 hrs. Hopefully this post is considered 24 hrs after my last...
    If you actually read the whole thread, you'll see it's more about the intent than the actual time..

    Prescreening is meant to be used as a tool to check certain images you are unsure about, learn from the feedback you receive, improve, then hopefully not need to ask for help in those areas any more. It is not meant to be a process where you post the maximum number of requests you can, wait the minimum 24 hours, then post the maximum again, and repeat. I see more than a few guys doing this, and it shows me that they are not really making any effort to learn from the process but rather are simply taking advantage of free screening. If you've taken 10+ images in similar conditions, there is no need to post all of them for feedback. One or two will do, and you can then apply that feedback to the rest.

    I'm not saying the latter part about 'taking advantage of free screening' necessarily applies to you, but you get the idea of where I'm coming from.

    Originally posted by jhud922 View Post
    Could I get thoughts on these please? For the Asiana Cargo 747 one, I know the aircraft is low in the frame, so the framing/composition isn't ideal. However it allows the full view of the tower and airport in the background, so would that type of crop be allowed (since its for context)?
    1. centering, horizon
    2. borderline centering/horizon
    3-4. ok for me
    5. heat haze, oof powerlines kind of make it look like vignetting

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  • jhud922
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    Sorry, I guess that last post was 1:30 away from 24 hrs. Hopefully this post is considered 24 hrs after my last...

    Could I get thoughts on these please? For the Asiana Cargo 747 one, I know the aircraft is low in the frame, so the framing/composition isn't ideal. However it allows the full view of the tower and airport in the background, so would that type of crop be allowed (since its for context)?
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by jhud922
    Could I get thoughts on these please? For the Asiana Cargo 747 one, I know the aircraft is low in the frame, so the framing/composition isn't ideal. However it allows the full view of the tower and airport in the background, so would that type of crop be allowed (since its for context)?
    Hello, please read here again when you get the chance, especially #3:

    https://forums.jetphotos.com/forum/a...ning-from-crew

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by jhud922 View Post
    Thoughts on these?
    Ok for me.

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  • jhud922
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    Thoughts on these?
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by jhud922 View Post
    Thoughts on these?
    1, 4-5 ok for me
    2-3 borderline contrast

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  • jhud922
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    Thoughts on these?
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  • jhud922
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    There's not much tbh, but even small things like fence posts and runway markers can be used. It's why I said 'could' be an issue rather than would be.
    Almost makes me want to prioritize shots where the aircraft is in the sky only

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by jhud922 View Post

    I won't ignore it! I am not sure what you are using for references, but i will double check with the originals.
    There's not much tbh, but even small things like fence posts and runway markers can be used. It's why I said 'could' be an issue rather than would be.

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  • jhud922
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    What vertical references I can see are leaning a bit left, but if you'd prefer to ignore the advice that's your call.
    I won't ignore it! I am not sure what you are using for references, but i will double check with the originals.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by jhud922 View Post

    With nothing clearly "level" in those shots, how would that be determined? I have obviously leveled them based on elements maybe outside the crop that I know are level or vertical, etc. But with a runway that isn't directly perpendicular, I'm not sure what any argument to correctly or incorrectly level would be.
    What vertical references I can see are leaning a bit left, but if you'd prefer to ignore the advice that's your call.

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  • jhud922
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    I suspect horizon could be an issue on 1-3, 5. Otherwise they would be ok for me.
    With nothing clearly "level" in those shots, how would that be determined? I have obviously leveled them based on elements maybe outside the crop that I know are level or vertical, etc. But with a runway that isn't directly perpendicular, I'm not sure what any argument to correctly or incorrectly level would be.

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