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  • Flying.Fonz
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    Thanks Pamela. Much appreciated.

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  • pdeboer
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    Originally posted by Flying.Fonz View Post
    Hi,

    Would this get rejected for backlit or too much/little contrast?


    Thanks
    For me the contrast is acceptable, though it is a tad dark. But I think it is too soft.

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  • Flying.Fonz
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    Hi,

    Would this get rejected for backlit or too much/little contrast?

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Name:	JP Swiss A321N HP-JPA LHR sunrise land 27L 21-20-21.jpg
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Size:	700.2 KB
ID:	1125983

    Thanks

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  • Flying.Fonz
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    Thanks

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Flying.Fonz View Post
    Understandable. Would the chocks be a problem too?
    Shouldn't be an issue.

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  • Flying.Fonz
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    Understandable. Would the chocks be a problem too?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Flying.Fonz View Post
    Hi,

    I'm working on this image and wondered if it can be published here (blurred activity and obstructions)?
    Debatable since the obstruction is part of the scene. Would be ok for me, but can't say the same for others.

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  • Flying.Fonz
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    Hi,

    I'm working on this image and wondered if it can be published here (blurred activity and obstructions)?

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Name:	AF Sample image.jpg
Views:	75
Size:	1.24 MB
ID:	1125321

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  • Flying.Fonz
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    Originally posted by Lehondre Photos View Post

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewreject_b.php?id=9025801

    Change 'viewqueued' to 'viewreject' in the link
    Aha, excellent.Thanks very much.

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  • Lehondre Photos
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    Originally posted by Flying.Fonz View Post
    Hi,

    This was rejected for 'Bad Info' but I can't see what the info is so I don't know what was wrong. Do you know what the issue was?

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9025801

    Thanks
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewreject_b.php?id=9025801

    Change 'viewqueued' to 'viewreject' in the link

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  • Flying.Fonz
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    Hi,

    This was rejected for 'Bad Info' but I can't see what the info is so I don't know what was wrong. Do you know what the issue was?

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9025801

    Thanks

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  • Flying.Fonz
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    Cool, thanks.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Flying.Fonz View Post

    We'll leave it at that then.

    Thanks. In general, how would you distinguish between light haloing and natural cloud effects? The majority of the time, it is obvious but in this instance, I had a look at the original image and there are unfortunately natural brighter sky areas around parts of the aircraft.

    Cheers
    Generally if it follows the the outline/shape of the aircraft itself its either a result of editing, or an extremely rare/unlucky cloud formation. If the latter, using a different frame taken only a few seconds earlier/later should solve the issue.

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  • Flying.Fonz
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    To be honest, the first time I checked, I did so only to see if it was in the queue as I usually do with most prescreening requests (I only see a thumbnail at that point). I noticed it was still in there when checking to see if the UA silhouette shot was also queued, and wondered why as I had mentioned it would likely be rejected - so took a closer look (i.e. actually opened the full size image). This is when I finally noticed what you had done.

    Admitting a mistake was made (and then not repeating it) is all we can really ask, so I'm happy to leave it at that.



    A bit noisy, and some light haloing going on. Other than that, ok for me.
    We'll leave it at that then.

    Thanks. In general, how would you distinguish between light haloing and natural cloud effects? The majority of the time, it is obvious but in this instance, I had a look at the original image and there are unfortunately natural brighter sky areas around parts of the aircraft.

    Cheers

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Flying.Fonz View Post
    I was disappointed in myself for following up on a comment and then not following up on the query I made and then not following up with you on your subsequent comment that it was already uploaded.

    I'm not after breaking the rules or making exceptions, you know that's not the way I work. What made me raise my eyebrows was that if you saw it, took the time to comment that it was uploaded but didn't mention anything about the error.

    Regardless of the current situation and mentioned many times, I value your regular guidance, especially when I’m wrong.
    To be honest, the first time I checked, I did so only to see if it was in the queue as I usually do with most prescreening requests (I only see a thumbnail at that point). I noticed it was still in there when checking to see if the UA silhouette shot was also queued, and wondered why as I had mentioned it would likely be rejected - so took a closer look (i.e. actually opened the full size image). This is when I finally noticed what you had done.

    Admitting a mistake was made (and then not repeating it) is all we can really ask, so I'm happy to leave it at that.

    Originally posted by Flying.Fonz View Post
    I worked on your comments and wanted to see what you think of this one.

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Name:	JP UA 789 N29975 LHR 27L sunrise approach 20-02-21.jpg
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ID:	1113369
    A bit noisy, and some light haloing going on. Other than that, ok for me.

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