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  • First rejected with Bad info and no further notice and now undersharpen. Maybe it's coming from the engine why the tail is a bit soft as they done test flights no normal straight flights. But honestly why not saying that on the initial rejection. Then no need for another upload and now the post here.

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9170473
    View my Spottingpictures on Jetphotos.net here

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    • Originally posted by StefBrat View Post
      First rejected with Bad info and no further notice and now undersharpen. Maybe it's coming from the engine why the tail is a bit soft as they done test flights no normal straight flights. But honestly why not saying that on the initial rejection. Then no need for another upload and now the post here.

      https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9170473
      I am not a screener but I agree with the rejection, it is not cause of the engine heat, the whole helicopter is soft.

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      • Is it because of the belly/gear is so dark? Because the nose cant be the problem as another shot was accepted and the sun is coming a bit from the side due the time of day?
        https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9401541

        Is it because the title near the registration looks blurred or what is here the problem? I only used lightroom as on all pictures or did I oversee something?
        https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9401567
        View my Spottingpictures on Jetphotos.net here

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        • Hi

          Just check the histo on your Asiana -> gap on right side of histo -> means underexposure.

          Regards.

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          • Originally posted by matteolamberts View Post
            Just check the histo on your Asiana -> gap on right side of histo -> means underexposure.
            I see what you mean even the final photo on my PC does not really show that "gap" I see here. I reuploaded it now. But with the Magma I still don't see the difference when comparing with other shots of that day from me. Even checked the sharpening but thats also same. Also the editing settings are generally the same as on the other shots, Aeroflog 777 and the Magma has same settings except brightness is more on the Magma and 0,05 less on the Aeroflot I have here uploaded (from today).

            View my Spottingpictures on Jetphotos.net here

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            • Probably the angle of the sun might be the issue here. The Magma is fulltime side on while being perfectly lit. The Asiana has a pretty dark nose, while being photographed a little more head on. Can be a difference maker at (as it seems) Zeppelinheim.

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              • I think the problem here is your exposure just increase it for fix, the slight dark nose has no issue, I have some pictures with dark nose due to the lighting similar to yours (from behind of a/c)

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                • This photo was rejected because of soft but I on the screenshot below it looks good and when adding more sharpening even when adding to a specific area only will make lines with steps. The tailhook looks soft but the cabin and the rest looks good in normal size. The focus according the focus points is set and shutting speed with 1/400s for a slow taxiing plane should also more then enough.
                  https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9483733

                  And the screenshot with 100% zoom:
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                  • Originally posted by StefBrat View Post
                    And the screenshot with 100% zoom:
                    That looks quite soft, so it seems the rejection was correct.

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