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    Morning all,

    I seem to be hit and miss with my photos being accepted lately. Most rejections are for 'Under sharpened' (Soft) while others are being accepted (even though the photo distance is the same, aircraft position is next to each other, settings on camera the same etc.). This photo was rejected today for the above (Under sharpened [soft]) and for Heat Distortion.

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=10424291

    This photo was taken at about 0900hrs, the temperature was 4c, the distance was the same, as was settings of other pictures that were accepted. Can someone point out to me, where its soft and where the heat distortion is please? At full resolution, the picture is quite clear and I have use DXO Photolab 5 Elite for my editing.

    Look forward to advice and comments, many thanks from a sunny Brisbane, Queensland.

  • #2
    Morning all again, another small whinge..

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=10429245

    This picture was rejected for horizon unlevel, but it is level and for contrast, I thought it was correct?

    I have made comments to screeners before when uploading photos here in Australia. Living here for six years now (originally from England) the attention to detail and level of workmanship on roads and buildings is not...to be polite...not the best. Lampposts are wonky, fences are not level or even and some buildings that have aged shift (something to do with the soil if you believe that). This picture I have used the jack at the back of the Cessna as it should be plumb, and three lamp posts that are even. Is this just a mistake by a Screener?

    Many thanks and keep up the great work.

    David

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    • #3
      Hi, please read here carefully when you get the chance:

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

      I've combined and moved your threads, but in the future post any new questions about advice here please.

      1. A bit soft, but I don't see any heat haze. Should be easy to fix with a better edit.
      2. Needs a little CCW rotation (most of the verticals are leaning right). Contrast is a bit harsh, but would have been ok for me.

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      • #4
        First pic would be acceptable everywhere. Not even a bit soft.

        Second one looks a bit overprocessed and needs the rotation

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        • #5
          Originally posted by andrelesenechal View Post
          First pic would be acceptable everywhere. Not even a bit soft.

          Second one looks a bit overprocessed and needs the rotation

          Everybody is getting senseless rejections.. we just have to 'deal with it' as someone advised me.
          Screeners are not robots. So IMHO it's absolutely normal that they make mistakes....

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          • #6
            Originally posted by CARBONOX CN View Post

            Screeners are not robots. So IMHO it's absolutely normal that they make mistakes....
            Yes.

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            • #7
              Many thanks for your comments. The photo was accepted on appeal

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