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  • Peter Lund
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    Thanks, I will then just play it safe.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Peter Lund View Post
    Hi Screeners,
    I have checked these pictures in photoshop prior to uploading and are a little unsure if there is vignetting or not
    Yes, some vignetting is visible in the top corners. Borderline on whether it's enough to cause a rejection.

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  • Peter Lund
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    Hi Screeners,
    I have checked these pictures in photoshop prior to uploading and are a little unsure if there is vignetting or not
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  • Peter Lund
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    Thanks, that is also what I feared

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Peter Lund View Post
    Hi guys,

    Does any one the photos below stand a chance ?
    Unfortunately, no.

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  • Peter Lund
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    Hi guys,

    Does any one the photos below stand a chance ?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Peter Lund View Post
    Hi Dana,
    I was wondering if this is considered a night shot due the long shadow on the rear fuselage ?
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    Yes, can be marked as night shot.

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  • Peter Lund
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    Hi Dana,
    I was wondering if this is considered a night shot due the long shadow on the rear fuselage ?
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Peter Lund View Post
    Dear Team,
    I am a little surprised over this picture was rejected https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7551354.
    I appealed the rejection and was told it looked like it was shot through a fence.

    The picture was not shot through a fence, but at max zoom (300mm).
    The suggestion of it being shot through a fence was an attempt to explain the large dark circle in the center of the frame, since you insisted it wasn't due to bad editing/processing in your appeal. If not shot through a fence, then bad editing is almost certainly the cause, and the rejection thus justified.

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  • Peter Lund
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    Dear Team,
    I am a little surprised over this picture was rejected https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7551354.
    I appealed the rejection and was told it looked like it was shot through a fence.

    The picture was not shot through a fence, but at max zoom (300mm).

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  • Peter Lund
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    Thank you for the answer

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Peter Lund View Post
    Hi all,

    Does the one below stand a chance after the sun played hide and seek ?

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    Unfortunately no, likely a dark/contrast rejection, as well as perhaps oversharpened.

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  • Peter Lund
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    Hi all,

    Does the one below stand a chance after the sun played hide and seek ?

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  • Peter Lund
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    Thank you for the feedback, I will keep them in my personal collection.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Peter Lund View Post
    Hi all,

    Would these two stand a chance of being accepted.
    On both occations the sun was from the back, but was playing hide and seek at the worst possible time.

    Thanks in advance.

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    The first with some brightening/lifting of the shadows, perhaps; the second not much chance I'm afraid.

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