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  • #16
    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Image is soft/heat hazed, noisy, and overexposed.
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    • #17
      Heat ahze is not fixable
      Everything that say is in my opinion, a screener might dissagree
      If you are dissapointed of yourself, look at me and feel better.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post

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        Heat hazed, noisy, borderline harsh contrast.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

          Heat hazed, noisy, borderline harsh contrast.
          So, from my view I don't see any heat haze and the noise has been removed, so if you wouldn't mind explaining further? The only heat haze I see is behind the engines (as per normal), also I don't notice any noise, since I've removed it. Any help welcome!

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post

            So, from my view I don't see any heat haze and the noise has been removed, so if you wouldn't mind explaining further? The only heat haze I see is behind the engines (as per normal), also I don't notice any noise, since I've removed it. Any help welcome!
            Heat haze and jet wash are different things. Jet wash from the engines is not a rejection reason. If you think there is no heat haze, feel free to post a full-resolution version to see if that's actually the case as I'll be happy to be proven wrong.

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            • #21
              Hello again all! So, I recently got a few photos accepted, and I'm super excited about it. However, I have a photo that was rejected for an interesting reason. So a bit of background, the ramp I work on is angled (looks like a small hill); therefore aircraft are not "flat" when we park them. So my photo was therefore rejected for not being "straight". Any help with this issue is welcome. The aircraft here is pictured facing westwards (downhill), therefore it seems like the nose is lower then the body. However this is the strange nature of our ramp.
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              • #22
                Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post
                Hello again all! So, I recently got a few photos accepted, and I'm super excited about it. However, I have a photo that was rejected for an interesting reason. So a bit of background, the ramp I work on is angled (looks like a small hill); therefore aircraft are not "flat" when we park them. So my photo was therefore rejected for not being "straight". Any help with this issue is welcome. The aircraft here is pictured facing westwards (downhill), therefore it seems like the nose is lower then the body. However this is the strange nature of our ramp.
                Horizon issues notwithstanding...what's happening in the bottom of the frame?

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                  Horizon issues notwithstanding...what's happening in the bottom of the frame?
                  I'll be honest, I don't see anything? Can you explain a bit more of that you're seeing there?

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                  • #24
                    Dana is referring to this. It looks like some clone stamping was going on along the whole bottom of the frame, and further up the frame in the left hand corner as well.

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                    Edit: Sorry, the screenshot doesnt appear to be that helpful.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by jakerepp View Post
                      Dana is referring to this. It looks like some clone stamping was going on along the whole bottom of the frame, and further up the frame in the left hand corner as well.

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                      So, If I work from what you sent me. The "top left" of that is de-icing fluid, as when it sits in the sun it becomes dark and slippery (almost like oil/butter). It then stains the ground like that, nothing I can do about that sadly it's that dark colour naturally when it sits. Next, at the bottom that's part of the ground, I didn't edit that or anything, I can take a picture of both when I go to work today as proof if you'd like, but that's just the ramp. Hopefully that answers what you're referring to?

                      Edit: btw I was able to find a picture showing what I was referring to on my phone, hopefully this helps. Just below the aircraft (above the grate) you can also see that mark on the ground that you were referring to as "copying?". Click image for larger version  Name:	IMG_7555 (1).jpg Views:	0 Size:	735.2 KB ID:	1177539
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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post

                        I'll be honest, I don't see anything? Can you explain a bit more of that you're seeing there?
                        Some very odd patterns at the bottom of the frame:

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                        Have you removed or added something from/to the frame?

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                          Some very odd patterns at the bottom of the frame:

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                          Have you removed or added something from/to the frame?
                          No, absolutely nothing was added or removed from the picture.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post

                            No, absolutely nothing was added or removed from the picture.
                            Would you mind sending me the original to confirm? I see you had a rejection/warning for manipulation, but if that's not the case a quick check of the original(s) can confirm that.

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                              Would you mind sending me the original to confirm? I see you had a rejection/warning for manipulation, but if that's not the case a quick check of the original(s) can confirm that.
                              Yes of course! Here is the original (the only thing changed in this is the size to upload here): Click image for larger version

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Coldstreamer View Post

                                Yes of course! Here is the original (the only thing changed in this is the size to upload here):
                                Thanks..but that's not the original. I would need to see the full-size original, not a compressed down-sized copy. If you don't feel like sharing it publicly, you can message me directly.

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