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  • MarkLawrence
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    Check the right hand side of the histogram on the image - missing a lot of highlights - hence the dark rejection.

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  • Vincenzo Caccamo
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    Thanks.
    Hi,

    I have a picture rejected Now.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated.
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7151577

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  • Alex - Spot-This !
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    Heat distortion happens when there's a high difference of temperature between the ground (which can get very hot) and the air above it. Like Geri said, there's no way to edit out the heat. But just a few advices :

    - Learn to know your spots, the closer to the aircrafts, the better - Some spots are great but are only usable on certain weather conditions, or seasons (even if heat haze also happens on a cold sunny winter day)
    - Less heat haze on early mornings or evening (for obvious reasons)
    - Less heat haze during windy days
    - on some approach shots you sometimes have buildings, roads, creating heat only on the part above them, again, try to move around, find the best angle to avoid the heat sources
    - Heat haze is less visible at 1280pix than 1920 ...

    cheers
    Alex

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  • Vincenzo Caccamo
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    thank you

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  • QuocTrungTran
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    Originally posted by Vincenzo Caccamo View Post
    I don't succeed in understanding as and where known this defect of the photo. Can you make sense of better???
    What GeDo means is that in your photo there is a lot of heat haze that cannot be fixed. The heat haze makes the borderline of everything become "distorted" - so bad that the photo cannot be accepted. Better be in your personal collection.

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  • Vincenzo Caccamo
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    I don't succeed in understanding as and where known this defect of the photo. Can you make sense of better???

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  • LX-A343
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    Originally posted by Vincenzo Caccamo View Post
    for distorsion of heat you intend an excessive Saturation???
    Heat distortion simply ruins a photo and can't be fixed.

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  • Vincenzo Caccamo
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    for distorsion of heat you intend an excessive Saturation???

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  • LX-A343
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    Originally posted by Vincenzo Caccamo View Post
    I have now this photo and I was wondering if it can be accepted from the database.
    [ATTACH=CONFIG]21532[/ATTACH]
    Too much heat distortion.

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  • Vincenzo Caccamo
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    I have now this photo and I was wondering if it can be accepted from the database.
    Click image for larger version

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Vincenzo Caccamo View Post
    Hi, I have this new photo and I was wondering if it can be accepted from the database.
    [ATTACH=CONFIG]21342[/ATTACH]
    This appears to be the same image as before (despite a new edit), so the results would be the same:

    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post
    And from this, we can see the quality is quite poor. There is a significant amount of noise & compression, and the helicopter itself is blurry. In my opinion, it is not worth trying to edit it, as not matter what you do, the quality will never be acceptable for here. Sorry.

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  • Vincenzo Caccamo
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    Hi, I have this new photo and I was wondering if it can be accepted from the database.
    Click image for larger version

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ID:	1032566

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  • Vincenzo Caccamo
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    Okk. I understand. Thanks for collaboration.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by Vincenzo Caccamo View Post
    [ATTACH=CONFIG]21254[/ATTACH]

    Okk. I understand. And this image that I have modified her???What do you think of it???
    Would be rejected for soft/blurry, compression, and noise.

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  • Vincenzo Caccamo
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    Click image for larger version

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ID:	1032493

    Okk. I understand. And this image that I have modified her???What do you think of it???

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