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  • #16
    So you're basically saying with better lighting then it would be accepted on Jetphotos?

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Max Schwartz View Post
      So you're basically saying with better lighting then it would be accepted on Jetphotos?
      Better lighting + good edit = possibly acceptable

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      • #18
        Would these two photos be accepted or rejected? Click image for larger version

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Max Schwartz View Post
          Would these two photos be accepted or rejected? [ATTACH=CONFIG]13723[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]13724[/ATTACH]

          You wouldn't even be able to upload these photos due to the size of 5.183px 3.455px. Please edit them to get the final photo you want to upload and show this one. This includes cropping and resizing.
          My photos on Flickr www.flickr.com/photos/geridominguez

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          • #20
            Here are the cropped and resized pictures Click image for larger version

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Max Schwartz View Post
              Here are the cropped and resized pictures [ATTACH=CONFIG]13743[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]13744[/ATTACH]
              Those are resized, but do not appear to have been cropped in any way.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Max Schwartz View Post
                Would these two photos be accepted or rejected? [ATTACH=CONFIG]13723[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]13724[/ATTACH]
                Probably this Video can help you to make your pictures acceptable.
                https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0mpFOHOXJU
                The Video is from Mohammed Zaheer and his Tutorial helped me a lot at the beginning! But on You-Tube are million more good Videos - best look in the "next Video" sidebar or enter "Aviation Photo Editing" in the "Search for Video Box".

                Hope this helps, have a nice week!
                Best Regards from Germany,
                Julian S.​

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                • #23
                  Accepted or Rejected

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                  Would this photo be accepted or rejected? I have the exif data down below:

                  Camera: Canon Rebel T6 75-300mm
                  f-stop: f/8
                  Exposure: 1/640
                  ISO: 100
                  Focal Length: 220mm

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                  • #24
                    As I'm not working as team my answer is not mandatory for you. But your photo would get clearly rejected. As mentioned in your previous thread it is not cropped and the quality is not good enough. So for me it would be:
                    - Crop
                    - Sharpness
                    - Blurry/Noise
                    - Low quality (not sure if there is Heat Haze)
                    - not edited

                    But I'm sure the screeners will give more detailed explanation or rejection reasons.
                    Last edited by dlowwa; 2018-04-28, 09:23.
                    View my Spottingpictures on Jetphotos.net here

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Max Schwartz View Post
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                      Would this photo be accepted or rejected? I have the exif data down below:

                      Camera: Canon Rebel T6 75-300mm
                      f-stop: f/8
                      Exposure: 1/640
                      ISO: 100
                      Focal Length: 220mm
                      We don't give assessments of photos that haven't yet been edited.

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                      • #26
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                        Would this photo be accepted? The tail is slightly out of center not by a lot.
                        Here is the exif data:
                        F/7.1
                        1/2000 sec.
                        ISO-400
                        75mm

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Max Schwartz View Post
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                          Would this photo be accepted? The tail is slightly out of center not by a lot.
                          Here is the exif data:
                          F/7.1
                          1/2000 sec.
                          ISO-400
                          75mm
                          This would be rejected for centering (too low), soft, contrast, color (too yellow), and possibly compression.

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                          • #28
                            Struggling with Horizon in my photos

                            I've been struggling to level out the horizon in my photos. It is probably the #1 reason why my photos get rejected. Does anyone have tips on how I can make my horizon level in my photos?

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by Max Schwartz View Post
                              I've been struggling to level out the horizon in my photos. It is probably the #1 reason why my photos get rejected. Does anyone have tips on how I can make my horizon level in my photos?
                              In order of preference, use:

                              1. the horizon (if visible)
                              2. if horizon not visible, strong vertical references near the center of the frame
                              3. strong vertical references closer to the edges
                              4. horizontal references

                              Strong vertical references = buildings/structures that are not likely to lean (i.e. NOT light poles, sign posts, etc..)

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