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  • DirtyCrow
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    Yep, thank you.
    Hat a litte brainfart with the ratios. Managed the picture now. Sorry for the inconveniences.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by DirtyCrow View Post

    Would have to go more narrow than 16:9. The shot itself is not perfect ant quite high.
    The spot was packed with spotters and only a few shots possible, before the Aircraft was obstructed by something. Stupid situation, but the shot is not repeatable, as this was the last flight of this aircraft in Philippines colors.

    Thank you for the advice, iīll go for 16:9 and try to make the best out of it.
    It seems to me a 16:9 crop would solve the issue completely, no?

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  • DirtyCrow
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    Not technically a rejection because of that, though it is somewhat distracting. Would a 16x9 crop not remove it?
    Would have to go more narrow than 16:9. The shot itself is not perfect ant quite high.
    The spot was packed with spotters and only a few shots possible, before the Aircraft was obstructed by something. Stupid situation, but the shot is not repeatable, as this was the last flight of this aircraft in Philippines colors.

    Thank you for the advice, iīll go for 16:9 and try to make the best out of it.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by DirtyCrow View Post
    Unfortunately i was not able to avoid the barbed wire completely on this shot.
    Is it ok, as it does not obstruct the view, or would it be better to go for a more narrow crop?
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    Not technically a rejection because of that, though it is somewhat distracting. Would a 16x9 crop not remove it?

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  • DirtyCrow
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    Unfortunately i was not able to avoid the barbed wire completely on this shot.
    Is it ok, as it does not obstruct the view, or would it be better to go for a more narrow crop?
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  • DirtyCrow
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    Thank you, i will try to color correct it.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by DirtyCrow View Post
    After a long time i need some help again.
    Yesterday i got a few pictures rejected in a row for bad color, but i canīt see the problem. I did absolutely nothing different to these pics and many others of the same day with same specs were accepted.
    Hope somebody can help me out on these.
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8969187
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8969183
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8969133

    Thank you
    Cyan/blue cast on all of those. Accepted ones have it too, though not quite as bad.

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  • DirtyCrow
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    After a long time i need some help again.
    Yesterday i got a few pictures rejected in a row for bad color, but i canīt see the problem. I did absolutely nothing different to these pics and many others of the same day with same specs were accepted.
    Hope somebody can help me out on these.
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8969187
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8969183
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=8969133

    Thank you

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by DirtyCrow View Post
    This would make no sense at all, the posts belong to a downgoing road and are not vertical.
    That may be, but there is no way to tell that from this image; even more important is the fact that the treeline/actual horizon is sloped to the left, meaning CW rotation is indeed needed.

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  • DirtyCrow
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    This would make no sense at all, the posts belong to a downgoing road and are not vertical.

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  • olandes269
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    Originally posted by DirtyCrow View Post
    I have leveled it on the lampposts behnid the fence instead of the churches, better now?

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    Hello,

    I think Dana wants you to put the foreground post vertically. Currently they are leaning to the left. straighten them to the right by 1.91 °

    Regards

    Olivier

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  • DirtyCrow
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    I have leveled it on the lampposts behnid the fence instead of the churches, better now?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by DirtyCrow View Post
    Now i got the Malayisa above rejected for Horizon, all other Pictures from the same Location are accepted. Should i appeal?
    Don't think so, verticals are leaning a bit.

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  • DirtyCrow
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    Now i got the Malayisa above rejected for Horizon, all other Pictures from the same Location are accepted. Should i appeal?

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  • Julian S.
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    Originally posted by vcruvinel View Post
    Hi,

    IMHO both looks ok about the level.

    Cheers,

    Vinicius
    Hi

    Nothing to add, both are OK for me (leveling and quality).
    Donīt forget to tick "Special Scheme".

    Have a nice day.

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