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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
    Hi! Please pre-screen these photos:
    1. obstruction, soft, borderline contrast
    2. obstruction, contrast

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  • rafaelfreitas
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    Hi! Please pre-screen these photos:

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    Thank you!

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
    Hi! Please pre-screen these photos:
    1,3. contrast, soft
    2. borderline obstruction
    4. contrast, borderline obstruction
    5. soft

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  • rafaelfreitas
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    Hi! Please pre-screen these photos:

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    TKS!

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
    Hi! Please pre-screen these photos:

    In these cases, can these photos be considered similar? They are on different days and despite being "nocturnal", they are in different light conditions:
    Both subjective decisions, though the first would probably be fine and the second likely a rejection.

    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
    In addition to these other three photos:
    1. borderline contrast/horizon
    2. blurry/heat hazed. no chance.
    3. soft, borderline obstruction

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  • rafaelfreitas
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    Hi! Please pre-screen these photos:

    In these cases, can these photos be considered similar? They are on different days and despite being "nocturnal", they are in different light conditions:

    (similar?: https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/10528769)
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    (similar?: https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/10312258)
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    In addition to these other three photos:

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    considered obstruction?
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    tks!
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
    Hi!

    Please request pre-screening of the following photos:
    Softness and contrast are issues for most of the images. The crop is not ok for the third.

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  • rafaelfreitas
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    Hi!

    Please request pre-screening of the following photos:

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    Is this crop ok?
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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 a pre-screening of the following photos:
    There are issues with contrast, sharpening and obstruction. #3 might be fixable.

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  • rafaelfreitas
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    Hi!

    Please, I would like a pre-screening 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
    Hi!

    I had previously received rejection for undersharpen on the following photos. After correcting them with a little sharpening came the oversharpen rejection.

    Honestly, the sharpening was minimal, in specific spots. I believe that a better criterion was needed, more or less, in these two cases. So I ask them, is it worth appealing? Or will I need to edit again trying to find an extremely specific middle ground for the photo to be accepted?
    Imho, the earlier versions were better, and the 'corrected' versions rightfully rejected. The first one is maybe worth an appeal, but the second looks like a classic too soft -> oversharpened to compensate.

    Originally posted by rafaelfreitas View Post
    Taking advantage of this, I kindly ask you to pre-screen this photo:
    Poor contrast, and somewhat soft/blurry towards the tail. Don't think this is fixable.

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  • rafaelfreitas
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    Hi!

    I had previously received rejection for undersharpen on the following photos. After correcting them with a little sharpening came the oversharpen rejection.

    under / over (contrast also corrected)
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    under / over
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    Honestly, the sharpening was minimal, in specific spots. I believe that a better criterion was needed, more or less, in these two cases. So I ask them, is it worth appealing? Or will I need to edit again trying to find an extremely specific middle ground for the photo to be accepted?


    Taking advantage of this, I kindly ask you to pre-screen this photo:

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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 a pre-screening of the following photos:

    tks!
    1. borderline contrast
    2. soft, contrast
    3. soft
    4. soft, borderline contrast/horizon (CW)
    5. usually if the aircraft is more than 50% of the frame, not ramp..but this looks just about 50%. I'd go with ramp anyway.

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  • rafaelfreitas
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    Hi!

    Please, I would like a pre-screening of the following photos:

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    Would this be a photo of the airport as a "ramp" or the plane in the foreground?

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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 a pre-screening of the following photos:
    1. borderline backlit
    2. borderline oversharpened
    3. borderline contrast
    4. soft/low dof. not ramp.

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