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  • Originally posted by mahagonny View Post
    Please, I would like an opinion as I have the doubt that they may be rejected due to vignetting
    Both are noticeably soft.

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      Good morning. I recently received a rejection for this shot. I'm having trouble locating the soft part. Please help.

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      • Originally posted by mahagonny View Post
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        Good morning. I recently received a rejection for this shot. I'm having trouble locating the soft part. Please help.
        Hello,

        the whole image is soft.
        The outlines of the Aircraft itself but also the paint scheme and markings.

        Best Regards from Germany,
        Julian S.​

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        • Originally posted by Julian S. View Post

          Hello,

          the whole image is soft.
          The outlines of the Aircraft itself but also the paint scheme and markings.
          For what it's worth, I beg to differ. Even the paint scheme. At the limit, but just to be picky, the only soft part is the tip of the wing.
          Unless I need a pair of glasses.​

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          • I personally find it kind of rude asking for help but not accepting any help and still to question a 3rd vote for soft.
            It's okay to question the screening results and also to appeal that's why we have those options and the forums - but since softness seems to be a real problem in many of your posted images above you may think about it...

            Don't take this as an attack, but as an advice.

            Thank you

            Best Regards from Germany,
            Julian S.​

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            • Please give your opinion.

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              • Originally posted by mahagonny View Post
                Please give your opinion
                Some soft spots.

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                  • Originally posted by mahagonny View Post
                    Please an opinion
                    Overprocessed, borderline soft.

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                    • TY

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                      • JetPhotos.com is the biggest database of aviation photographs with over 5 million screened photos online!


                        I received this rejection. Honestly, it's frustrating for me not to understand where it's soft. Also why would the category be wrong or missing?

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                        • Originally posted by mahagonny View Post
                          https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=11529617

                          I received this rejection. Honestly, it's frustrating for me not to understand where it's soft. Also why would the category be wrong or missing?
                          This is a Small Prop.

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                          • so even two motors is a small propeller? About the fact that it would be soft?

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                            • Originally posted by mahagonny View Post
                              so even two motors is a small propeller? About the fact that it would be soft?
                              In the future you might help yourself if you tried reading the upload guidelines first:

                              JetPhotos.com is the biggest database of aviation photographs with over 5 million screened photos online!


                              Small Prop
                              To be used for small props which have been designed for up to 10 passengers.

                              Then you won't need to make multiple posts for something you could have answered on your own.

                              The image is indeed soft.

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                              • TY

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