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  • seahawk
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    I like the crop, the blur however is clearly visible.

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  • medic1
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    I think you may have gotten away with the crop if the blur and excessive grain were not present.....but with the other two the picture will get scrutinized a little harder

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  • kukkudrill
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    I agree about the blur and the grain, but not that this photo is a bad crop. I have a similar crop which had made it into the db and I'm sure there are many others. If such shots are no longer considered a good motive I'd be sorry to hear it.

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  • RingwaySam
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    Originally posted by FAJS-SAA
    Thanx Sam.

    So you say that instead of cropping in just a part of the wing, rather leave it out and focus more on the nose??
    If you can then yeah

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  • FAJS-SAA
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    Thanx Sam.

    So you say that instead of cropping in just a part of the wing, rather leave it out and focus more on the nose??

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  • magic48
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    There is also a considerable amount of grain in the picture. I don't think that one can be fixed...

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  • RingwaySam
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    If you look at the Comair Limited and the OKJ you can see there pretty blurry... For part of subject cut off/missing there is only 1/4 of the wing. It might be easier just to crop tighter to the nose and get rid of the engine and wing Personally I doubt the shot could be fixed, maybe one for the personal collection.

    Just my opinion!

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  • FAJS-SAA
    started a topic Help on rejected photo

    Help on rejected photo

    Hi guys.

    The following photo was rejected for

    - Blurry
    - Part of subject cut off/missing



    What are the credentials one must follow when shooting / cropping close-up nose shots like this. What part of a/c is missing?

    Any advise or comments on photo are welcome.
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