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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bobh View Post
    Hi there,
    I got the following rejected for "Bad motive." Would it be helpful if I uploaded again stating that it was the bomb bay?

    Many thanks

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7807629
    I think it's pretty obvious what it is, so adding such comments probably wouldn't help much. It was just a subjective decision that such an angle/composition doesn't quite warrant acceptance.

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  • bobh
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    Hi there,
    I got the following rejected for "Bad motive." Would it be helpful if I uploaded again stating that it was the bomb bay?

    Many thanks

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7807629

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bobh View Post
    Hi there,
    Could I get some advice on the shots below? I uploaded some military museum shots last month and had an awful time with dark rejections. Hopefully this is better...
    Any advice gratefully received
    Not a great crop on the second, but the exposure should be acceptable.

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  • bobh
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    Hi there,
    Could I get some advice on the shots below? I uploaded some military museum shots last month and had an awful time with dark rejections. Hopefully this is better...
    Any advice gratefully received
    Attached Files

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bobh View Post
    I'm also helping a friend who is starting to take photos in Beijing. We have been talking about camera settings and cleaning sensors. Attached is one of his photos that I have tried to edit for him. Would you be able to give me some advice that I can pass onto him?
    Any help is very much appreciated

    [ATTACH=CONFIG]21019[/ATTACH]
    Editing halos present, and color a little yellow. Also would need to remove dust spot(s).

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  • bobh
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    I'm also helping a friend who is starting to take photos in Beijing. We have been talking about camera settings and cleaning sensors. Attached is one of his photos that I have tried to edit for him. Would you be able to give me some advice that I can pass onto him?
    Any help is very much appreciated

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  • bobh
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    Hi there,
    I got this one rejected for unlevel. To level the photo I used the gap in the wall panels immediately behind the left skid as it looked to be the vertical closest to the centre of the picture. Could someone please suggest a better guide to use.
    Many thanks, Bob

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  • bobh
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    Never even thought of looking at them, genius! Thank you

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bobh View Post
    Thank you very much, I'll re-edit. What did you use as the vertical? I'm guessing that fences are not the most reliable
    Fence looks fine, but those towers in the background look like they're leaning a touch to the right. Again, not really noticeable enough for me to make it a rejection, so your call.

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  • bobh
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
    Verticals look acceptable to me. Maybe a touch CCW needed, but can't say for certain, so wouldn't have been a rejection for me.
    Thank you very much, I'll re-edit. What did you use as the vertical? I'm guessing that fences are not the most reliable

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bobh View Post
    Thanks for the advice Dana, much appreciated.

    I've had a few photos rejected from Narita due to horizon unlevel and am a little confused where it went wrong. For the example below I used the vertical side of the building in the background. Was this a bad idea/ did I not quite get it right. As always, any advice gratefully received

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6853072
    Verticals look acceptable to me. Maybe a touch CCW needed, but can't say for certain, so wouldn't have been a rejection for me.

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  • bobh
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    Thanks for the advice Dana, much appreciated.

    I've had a few photos rejected from Narita due to horizon unlevel and am a little confused where it went wrong. For the example below I used the vertical side of the building in the background. Was this a bad idea/ did I not quite get it right. As always, any advice gratefully received

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6853072

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bobh View Post
    Thanks very much for the feedback, it is appreciated.
    For the rejected photo, it is a replica and to the best of my knowledge it has no registration so I left the registration empty. Could I have missed something with the guidelines?
    Ok, maybe leave a note for the screener next explaining it's a replica so there is no reg/serial.

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  • bobh
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    Thanks very much for the feedback, it is appreciated.
    For the rejected photo, it is a replica and to the best of my knowledge it has no registration so I left the registration empty. Could I have missed something with the guidelines?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bobh View Post
    Hi there,
    Thanks for advice, in another thread, about night photography at Haneda. Could I ask for some advice on the following photo

    [ATTACH=CONFIG]19216[/ATTACH]
    Maybe a touch soft, but probably ok as is.

    Originally posted by bobh View Post
    Also the following was rejected for bad info, could I get a pointer as to what was wrong

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6846052
    Didn't screen it, but it was rejected for bad reg., assuming because there was no reg. given.

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