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  • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
    Mmmm... without being sarcastic, the horizon? Did you look again at the last one? It looks like you were falling over when you took it, everything is leaning severely to the left, as with (to a lesser extent) the others. Taking a look at the horizon is a good place to start, and it's (somewhat) visible in all of those images.
    For the engine shot I didn't know whether to center the engine itself or to look at the horizon. I get it now. But for the jet fighters I'm not sure where to look at. The lens I used was a 10-18mm and the distortion is making it a bit hard for me to make it right.

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    • Originally posted by darazarbaf View Post
      For the engine shot I didn't know whether to center the engine itself or to look at the horizon. I get it now. But for the jet fighters I'm not sure where to look at. The lens I used was a 10-18mm and the distortion is making it a bit hard for me to make it right.
      If what we are seeing were truly the result of barrel distortion caused by your ultra wide angle lens, then the angles would slope equally towards the center on both side. That is not the case in your images. The treeline in the background (substitute for the horizon) should be mostly level, or at least slope equally. It clearly does not. The verticals near the edges should be leaning inwards due to the aforementioned barrel distortion, but they are nearly straight.

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      The treeline doesn't necessarily need to be perfectly level (especially if it's moving away at an angle from you), but it should be a little more level than that.

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      • Thanks a lot for the explanation. Will take that into account.
        Cheers

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        • Hey guys, would be grateful to have your comments on these shots:
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          Thanks,
          Dara

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          • Originally posted by darazarbaf View Post
            Hey guys, would be grateful to have your comments on these shots:
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            Thanks,
            Dara
            1. soft
            2-3 borderline compression/noise in the sky

            Second is obstructed, but if it is permanent this would be allowable.

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            • https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6961819

              Rejected tor centering but it’s amazing that for a little margin like this the screeners decide to reject. What do you think guys?

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              • Originally posted by darazarbaf View Post
                https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6961819

                Rejected tor centering but it’s amazing that for a little margin like this the screenera decide to reject. What do you think guys?
                Centering is passable, but horizon needs CW.

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                • What do you think guys?
                  https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6966688
                  The source of light is somehow yellowish. I personally disagree with the decision so would like to know what you think.

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                  • Originally posted by darazarbaf View Post
                    What do you think guys?
                    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6966688
                    The source of light is somehow yellowish. I personally disagree with the decision so would like to know what you think.
                    White balance too warm, and a little dark. Should be easy to fix.

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                    • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
                      White balance too warm, and a little dark. Should be easy to fix.
                      So took it more to the blue and boosted the exposure a bit and this is the result:
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                      What do you think?

                      Also, I would appreciate to have your comment on these shots:
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                      • Originally posted by darazarbaf View Post
                        So took it more to the blue and boosted the exposure a bit and this is the result:
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                        What do you think?

                        Also, I would appreciate to have your comment on these shots:
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                        1. better, but still borderline imho
                        2. borderline dark/soft
                        3. ok
                        4. borderline (harsh) contrast

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                        • [QUOTE=dlowwa;674754]1. better, but still borderline imho

                          So more to the blue side? Or more exposure do you mean?
                          Cheers

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                          • [QUOTE=darazarbaf;674758]
                            Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
                            1. better, but still borderline imho

                            So more to the blue side? Or more exposure do you mean?
                            Cheers
                            A little bit of both would probably be better.

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                            • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
                              1. soft
                              2-3 borderline compression/noise in the sky

                              Second is obstructed, but if it is permanent this would be allowable.
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                              As this plane is being dismantled at the moment, I don't know whether it is going to be rejected for obstruction or not. If it is possible please let me know as this shot is probably the last shot of this plane having its engines on. And in a few days it is going to be completely scrapped.
                              Have a nice day,
                              Dara

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                              • Originally posted by darazarbaf View Post
                                [ATTACH=CONFIG]20193[/ATTACH]
                                As this plane is being dismantled at the moment, I don't know whether it is going to be rejected for obstruction or not. If it is possible please let me know as this shot is probably the last shot of this plane having its engines on. And in a few days it is going to be completely scrapped.
                                Have a nice day,
                                Dara
                                Again, it would depend on if there were other similar unobstructed images. If yes, then more likely this would be rejected. If there were no other unobstructed, then might be acceptable.

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