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  • Originally posted by jakerepp View Post

    Thanks.

    I had one of this Aer Lingus in the queue for a while and kept getting uneasy that it was too dark so I deleted it. I increased the exposure on it to upload here.

    Also another night shot and hot photo. I'm assuming the flapping red flag off the wingtip wouldn't lead to a rejection for blur or something, but I hate losing slots.

    Edit: And this night shot from a couple comments back was just rejected for Dark and Undersharpened. Maybe it was undersharpened, but the aircraft is well lit so I'm not sure how it's supposed to look to make it not 'dark'.
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=10587117
    1. soft, overprocessed (too much NR), borderline dark
    2. ok for me

    Rejected image does indeed need brightening.

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    • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

      1. soft, overprocessed (too much NR), borderline dark
      2. ok for me

      Rejected image does indeed need brightening.
      Do you think it's a similar story on this Finnair as the Lingus?

      That biz jet night shot was rejected also https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=10588939. Massive difference of opinion on those between you and whoever screened it, I guess . Oh well. Maybe I'll just move past those.
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      • Originally posted by jakerepp View Post

        Do you think it's a similar story on this Finnair as the Lingus?
        Borderline soft/overprocessed, so a bit better.

        Originally posted by jakerepp View Post
        That biz jet night shot was rejected also https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=10588939. Massive difference of opinion on those between you and whoever screened it, I guess . Oh well. Maybe I'll just move past those.
        Sharpening and processing are fine. I can maybe see the horizon being off a bit, but otherwise I would have suggested an appeal.

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        • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

          Borderline soft/overprocessed, so a bit better.



          Sharpening and processing are fine. I can maybe see the horizon being off a bit, but otherwise I would have suggested an appeal.
          I can see the horizon now. I was surprised about the processing rejection reason. I barely touched it outside of sharpening and NR.

          Are you seeing halos on the Finnair?

          Do you think these look better?
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          • Originally posted by jakerepp View Post

            I can see the horizon now. I was surprised about the processing rejection reason. I barely touched it outside of sharpening and NR.

            Are you seeing halos on the Finnair?

            Do you think these look better?
            Maybe the bad processing could actually be caused by applying too much noise reduction, but its just a guess.

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            • Originally posted by JuklicekCZ View Post

              Maybe the bad processing could actually be caused by applying too much noise reduction, but its just a guess.
              That's what I had assumed, but when I checked on it, I really didn't apply 'that much' (which is obviously subjective, but it was a lot less than I had thought I must've applied). Plus Dana said processing was fine, so I dunno. I don't feel like I see a bunch of lost detail or anything. Just the nature of the game.

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              • Originally posted by jakerepp View Post
                Do you think these look better?
                Both slightly soft for me. No halos.

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                • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                  Both slightly soft for me. No halos.
                  Okay, thanks. I'll probably add sharpening and upload the Finnair and dump the Citation for now.

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                  • Pre-screening please. Are the wheels too far over the horizon on the Daher? Also unsure about the exposure on the others.
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                    • Originally posted by jakerepp View Post
                      Pre-screening please. Are the wheels too far over the horizon on the Daher? Also unsure about the exposure on the others.
                      1-3. borderline soft/(harsh) contrast
                      4. contrast
                      5. ok for me

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                      • Do either of these cruddy weather shots have a chance or should I just discard?
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                        • Originally posted by jakerepp View Post
                          Do either of these cruddy weather shots have a chance or should I just discard?
                          Both likely contrast rejections.

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                          • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                            Both likely contrast rejections.
                            This rejection I am unsure about. I can't see anything that would make me believe it needs rotation one way or another. I don't really see soft spots on it but I'm more willing to concede that rejection reason.

                            https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=10595058

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                            • Originally posted by jakerepp View Post

                              This rejection I am unsure about. I can't see anything that would make me believe it needs rotation one way or another. I don't really see soft spots on it but I'm more willing to concede that rejection reason.

                              https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=10595058
                              Some buildings leaning a bit to the right.

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                              • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                                Some buildings leaning a bit to the right.
                                Okay, thanks. I guess I can see that.

                                Do you think this one is okay? It's a new reg but I didn't upload it initially cause I wasn't sure about the contrast and the angle working.
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