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  • Brent V.
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    Hello,
    I want some prescreening advise for the following 5 pictures.
    Thanks in advance
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Brent V. View Post
    I think it's possible to fix the emirates one? What do you mean with horizon and how can I fix the color/contrast? What do I have to do for that. I'm new to photo editing so I'm not understanding anything just yet. Still learning.

    For the brussels airlines one. I think getting rid of the soft can be done by unmask sharpness right? I just don't understand the dark/poor contrast in that picture
    Take a read here, and come back with any specific questions:



    The poor contrast in both is related to the overcast conditions/lack of direct sunlight. It's more of an aesthetics thing than anything else.

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  • Brent V.
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    I think it's possible to fix the emirates one? What do you mean with horizon and how can I fix the color/contrast? What do I have to do for that. I'm new to photo editing so I'm not understanding anything just yet. Still learning.

    For the brussels airlines one. I think getting rid of the soft can be done by unmask sharpness right? I just don't understand the dark/poor contrast in that picture

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Brent V. View Post
    Hello,
    I have another picture here that I want to prescreen.
    Thanks in advance
    This would be rejected for horizon and color/contrast.

    Originally posted by Brent V. View Post
    Thanks. Well it was partly cloudy is not completely.
    Also I tried to edit the brussels airlines photo. Is this edit better?
    Soft and dark/poor contrast.

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  • Brent V.
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    Thanks. Well it was partly cloudy is not completely.
    Also I tried to edit the brussels airlines photo. Is this edit better?
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  • Charlie Chang
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    Originally posted by Brent V. View Post
    Hello,
    I have another picture here that I want to prescreen.
    Thanks in advance
    not screener
    from my experience, this kind of photo would rejected by contrast due to poor weather condition.
    Horizon and cropping would also could be the minor issue.
    I don't think this photo is able to be passed

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  • Brent V.
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    Hello,
    I have another picture here that I want to prescreen.
    Thanks in advance
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Brent V. View Post
    Any of the photos that are fixable?
    1 and 3 might be acceptable with significantly better edits.

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  • JuklicekCZ
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    Originally posted by Brent V. View Post
    Any of the photos that are fixable?
    At least the 1. is lit very well, so it could be, just give it a better edit, so the halos are not present.




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  • Brent V.
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    Any of the photos that are fixable?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Brent V. View Post
    I'm sorry. The pictures were indeed to large. These photos are all 1280 wide
    1. compression, borderline overprocessed
    2. soft, color, horizon, contrast, compression
    3. centering, soft, borderline dark/contrast, compression
    4. horizon, dark, contrast, compression
    5. soft, contrast, compression, cropping/ratio

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  • A7-BAJ
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    Not a screener but most will be likely rejected on too little contrast, a result of shooting in cloudy conditions. Likely unstable unfortunately, I'd say.

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  • Brent V.
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    I'm sorry. The pictures were indeed to large. These photos are all 1280 wide
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  • JuklicekCZ
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    Originally posted by Brent V. View Post
    Hello,

    I'm new to this forum and I like to get some screening advice for the next photos.
    thanks in advance
    Hello, you cannot upload any of the shots as the maximum size for new users is 1280 px.
    Pre-screening is only done for actually uploadable shots as the requested shot should be a final edit, that you do intend to upload.
    Please see the rules below:

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  • Brent V.
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    Brent V. - prescreening advice

    Hello,

    I'm new to this forum and I like to get some screening advice for the next photos.
    thanks in advance
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