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  • Looks rather dark (contrast), and not well centered (left/right)

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      • Please what do you think about of this?

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        • Originally posted by mahagonny View Post
          Please what do you think about of this?
          Borderline color/heat haze.

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            • I would like to have an explanation about this rejection.
              Given that I do not think, reading the histogram, that the photo is overexposed, I would like to understand what would be the part of the airplane cut off.

              https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7723187

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              • Originally posted by mahagonny View Post
                I would like to have an explanation about this rejection.
                Given that I do not think, reading the histogram, that the photo is overexposed, I would like to understand what would be the part of the airplane cut off.

                https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7723187
                Hi.

                Regarding the overexposure - there are some blown out parts in the fuselage what is the reason for the overexposure rejection. Also the histogram show us it is too bright.
                For the cut off its borderline. For me it would look better to include the "R" of "RYANAIR" as that would look more balanced then - this is only my personal opinion, for others it may can be acceptable!

                Regards.
                Best Regards from Germany,
                Julian S.​

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                • Thanks Julian
                  It is not the first time that some parts of the histogram are out of range. To me personally several photos have been accepted. In fact this is well centered (otherwise opposing, the photo to reduce the white parts would be dark or underexposed). But, what is more interesting is the cut off. If the screenr says part of the airplane is cut off, it says part of the airplane and not of any other thing, such as, for example, the writing. And if it's his opinion, but doesn't violate any of the upload rules, he shouldn't include it in the reason for the rejection.
                  I greet you from Italy and excuse my bad English.

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                  • Originally posted by mahagonny
                    Please what do you think about of this?
                    Soft (nose), and borderline contrast.

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                      I have another shoot

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                      • Originally posted by mahagonny View Post
                        Thanks
                        I have another shoot

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                        Soft/blurry towards the edges.

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                        • Ty

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                          • I still have another ...

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                            • Originally posted by mahagonny View Post
                              I still have another ...
                              Issues with contrast and borderline soft/heat haze.

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                              • Hi
                                Is it acceptable for you?

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