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  • rafaelfreitas
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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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  • rafaelfreitas
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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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  • dlowwa
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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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  • rafaelfreitas
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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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  • dlowwa
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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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  • rafaelfreitas
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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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  • dlowwa
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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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  • rafaelfreitas
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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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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
    Hey, how's it going?

    Please, I would like to clarify any doubts regarding these photos:

    The first is on landing, the second on takeoff. Despite different funds, can they be considered as similar?

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    As for these, do people and the wall constitute bad motive?
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    Finally, this one from the passenger terminal:
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    I await your thoughts on the questions and possible other reasons that may cause rejections.

    Thank you!
    1-2. not similar
    3. not motive
    4. yes motive
    5. not motive

    There are quality issues on most of them related to softness/exposure/contrast/compression.

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  • rafaelfreitas
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    Hey, how's it going?

    Please, I would like to clarify any doubts regarding these photos:

    The first is on landing, the second on takeoff. Despite different funds, can they be considered as similar?

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    As for these, do people and the wall constitute bad motive?
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    Finally, this one from the passenger terminal:
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    I await your thoughts on the questions and possible other reasons that may cause rejections.

    Thank you!

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
    Hi! Please, I would like to analyze these photos:
    TKS!
    Likely all rejections. 1, 2, 4, 5 are all very soft, maybe even out of focus or blurry. 3 is a poor crop with the jetbridge and too dark.

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  • rafaelfreitas
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    Hi! Please, I would like to analyze these photos:

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    TKS!

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
    Hi! Please, I would like to analyze these three photos:
    All three are soft and very poorly lit.

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  • rafaelfreitas
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    Hi! Please, I would like to analyze these three photos:

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    TKS!

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
    Hi! Please, I would like to analyze these three photos:

    I take this opportunity to thank the services provided in 2020 and wish a happy 2021 to everyone!

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    thank you
    1. contrast
    2. contrast, borderline soft/blurry
    3. heat haze, contrast

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