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  • Tks, Dlowwa!

    I take and ask for an evaluation of the following photos:

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    thank you!

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    • Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
      Tks, Dlowwa!

      I take and ask for an evaluation of the following photos:
      1. soft, borderline contrast
      2. horizon (CCW)
      3. dirty, overprocessed, compression
      4-5. borderline contrast

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      • Helo! I kindly ask for your opinion regarding these photos:

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        Could the following two be framed as artistic photos?

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        TKS

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        • Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
          Helo! I kindly ask for your opinion regarding these photos:
          1. soft, borderline color
          2-3. borderline soft/contrast

          Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
          Could the following two be framed as artistic photos?
          Not really artistic, just regular silhouette shots. Both a bit dark/harsh contrast, and first oversharpened.

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          • Hi friends, how are you?
            I had this photo rejected, it focused on the vertical stabilizer of the A350, in a 3x2 ratio, so as not to cut the part of the wing and the elevator that are in the context of the photo. The rejection was for "Part of aircraft cut off":
            https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9056880

            See, I had this photo accepted a few years ago following the same path, focusing on the stabilizer, but without cutting the elevator: https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8441936

            Well, I would like to understand the objective criteria for this type of photo and where I went wrong in the clipping. Should I have shown the rest of the warping more, even if it impairs the 3x2 cut, considering another proportion?

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            • Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
              Hi friends, how are you?
              I had this photo rejected, it focused on the vertical stabilizer of the A350, in a 3x2 ratio, so as not to cut the part of the wing and the elevator that are in the context of the photo. The rejection was for "Part of aircraft cut off":
              https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9056880

              See, I had this photo accepted a few years ago following the same path, focusing on the stabilizer, but without cutting the elevator: https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/8441936

              Well, I would like to understand the objective criteria for this type of photo and where I went wrong in the clipping. Should I have shown the rest of the warping more, even if it impairs the 3x2 cut, considering another proportion?
              This is subjective, but my personal preference is for the crop on the accepted image. Much less dead space/clutter in the frame, and no awkward crop of the wing + fuselage. Just nice composition overall.

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              • Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

                This is subjective, but my personal preference is for the crop on the accepted image. Much less dead space/clutter in the frame, and no awkward crop of the wing + fuselage. Just nice composition overall.
                Understood Dana, thanks for the explanation. In the case of the rejected image, I believe that the angle does not allow an adequate cropping.

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                • Helo! I kindly ask for your opinion regarding these photos:

                  Was it bad motive?
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                  Disregarding any defects, I have doubts about the location. Could it be the name of the airport itself or the "name of the city - other location" or even "country - in flight"?
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                  Finally, correcting any defects, both are considered nocturnal, would it be the case that they are similar even in different light conditions?
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                  tks!

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                  • Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
                    Helo! I kindly ask for your opinion regarding these photos:

                    Was it bad motive?
                    Would be for me.

                    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
                    Disregarding any defects, I have doubts about the location. Could it be the name of the airport itself or the "name of the city - other location" or even "country - in flight"?
                    Country - In flight.

                    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
                    Finally, correcting any defects, both are considered nocturnal, would it be the case that they are similar even in different light conditions?
                    Depends how much time between the images. If they were taken a few years apart, then we might be more lenient for similar. If taken only days, or the same day, then yes similar.

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                    • Hi friends, how are you?

                      Yesterday I had this photo rejected by "bad info: aircraft, location": https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9064896. I imagined it was an error, I appealed and the appeal was refused, the screener said that there really was a bug regarding bad info, but that the photo was also dark, justifying the rejection. So far, ok.

                      But today I had this photo rejected for the same reason "bad info: aircraft, location", but the data is correct: https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9066020. Before appealing, I ask you if this was a bug again and why this is happening. I wonder if there are any more problems in the photo that have not been mentioned in the reasons for the rejection.

                      Grateful for the attention

                      Rafael Freitas

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                      • Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
                        Hi friends, how are you?

                        Yesterday I had this photo rejected by "bad info: aircraft, location": https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9064896. I imagined it was an error, I appealed and the appeal was refused, the screener said that there really was a bug regarding bad info, but that the photo was also dark, justifying the rejection. So far, ok.

                        But today I had this photo rejected for the same reason "bad info: aircraft, location", but the data is correct: https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9066020. Before appealing, I ask you if this was a bug again and why this is happening. I wonder if there are any more problems in the photo that have not been mentioned in the reasons for the rejection.

                        Grateful for the attention

                        Rafael Freitas
                        Contrast is a bit harsh, but would be ok for me. However, info also appears to be wrong on the rejected image.

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                        • Helo! I kindly ask for your opinion regarding these photos:

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                          tks

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                          • Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
                            Helo! I kindly ask for your opinion regarding these photos:

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                            tks
                            1. cropping/ratio, soft, noisy
                            2-3. borderline contrast/exposure

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