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    I have had this shot rejected for Dirty Scan / CMOS Dust spots and undersharpened sharpening i can sort but for the life of me i cant find any dust spots i have equalised it blown it up and took it to the pub for a beer but cant find any dust spots can someone take a look for me plz

    http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=1028968

    Thx
    Alan

  • #2
    Hi Alan ,

    Theres a small one to the left of the de-icing boot of the tail

    Regards

    Will

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    • #3
      Thx for the reply Will but this is going to sound really dumb its 25yrs since i last spotted so just getting back in to it whats a de-icing boot lol do you mean the black dot on the top fin that leads up to the tail ?

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      • #4
        That isn't undersharpened at all, infact you can start to see jaggies appearing in some areas :S
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        • #5
          Originally posted by FatGit
          Thx for the reply Will but this is going to sound really dumb its 25yrs since i last spotted so just getting back in to it whats a de-icing boot lol do you mean the black dot on the top fin that leads up to the tail ?
          The black strip on the tail is a pneumatic de-icing boot which certain sections inflate at different intervals to lift off any ice that may be forming.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by pavvyben
            That isn't undersharpened at all, infact you can start to see jaggies appearing in some areas :S
            I thought that myself tbh

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            • #7
              Is it just me or does the white on the top-rear fusealage look blown-out?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Andrew Wettlaufer
                Is it just me or does the white on the top-rear fusealage look blown-out?
                Yeah I agree. Theres just no detail there atall.

                Alan, for the soft areas I suggest re-sizing your pictures in stages and see how that works.

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                • #9
                  Also a spot directly above the first "C" in "Connect about halfway to the top of the photo, and one just to the right of that.


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                  • #10
                    Why do all aircraft have to be white lol

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                    • #11
                      It actually does not look that bad to me, I would of passed the 'spot', it's not blown out and it ain't soft enough to warrent a rejection.

                      Jid

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by jid
                        It actually does not look that bad to me, I would of passed the 'spot', it's not blown out and it ain't soft enough to warrent a rejection.
                        I agree.

                        Soren
                        Regards
                        Soren Madsen

                        Spotting guide to CPH www.cphaviation.dk

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                        • #13
                          Thx guys i have appealed it we'll see what happens

                          Alan

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                          • #14
                            Looks like it got accepted, lol, I opened the link then closed it, then by the time I read to the bottom of the thread, I clicked on it one more time and got the "No image matches that id number".

                            Great shot I think!
                            Bobby DeBarge
                            www.debargephoto.com
                            http://utccollegelife.blogspot.com
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