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    I have the same issue. I do not understand.
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6951769

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    Originally posted by PhotosByGregory View Post
    I have the same issue. I do not understand.
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=6951769
    Hey Greg,
    Not a screener but i'll help you out.
    1. Bad Composition: The Aircraft is to low on frame and the aircraft is more on the left side of the frame.
    2. Dark/underexposed: The photo is dark, it's not bright enough at all. when editing up the multiple exposure sliders (shadows, whites, backs, etc) a bit to up the exposure.
    3. Contrast: On overcast days like in the photo, the light is very weak so there will automatically be very little contrast. Shooting in betterlight conditions will eliminate this problem.
    4. JPG Compression artefacts, look at the equalised version (click the check for dust button) and you will see all of the blocks in the sky, that is JPG compression. WHen exportin make sure you are saving at the highest quality, saving at the highest quality will often prevent this.
    5. Categories: To be 100% honest i'm confused with this one, I don't see a category that should have been ticked, unless you ticked one by mistake.
    6. Watermarks that are not Jetphotos watermarks are strictly not allowed. Your watermark in the bottom right corner will have to be removed if you want this photo to be accepted (among the things mentioned) above.


    If you have a sunny day shot, that is saved at max quality and meets all the points mentioned above, drop it in the queue and you will likely find yourself with a photo(s) in the database.
    Cheers,
    Tim



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      Originally posted by CrosswindPhoto View Post
      Hey Greg,
      Not a screener but i'll help you out.
      1. Bad Composition: The Aircraft is to low on frame and the aircraft is more on the left side of the frame.
      2. Dark/underexposed: The photo is dark, it's not bright enough at all. when editing up the multiple exposure sliders (shadows, whites, backs, etc) a bit to up the exposure.
      3. Contrast: On overcast days like in the photo, the light is very weak so there will automatically be very little contrast. Shooting in betterlight conditions will eliminate this problem.
      4. JPG Compression artefacts, look at the equalised version (click the check for dust button) and you will see all of the blocks in the sky, that is JPG compression. WHen exportin make sure you are saving at the highest quality, saving at the highest quality will often prevent this.
      5. Categories: To be 100% honest i'm confused with this one, I don't see a category that should have been ticked, unless you ticked one by mistake.
      6. Watermarks that are not Jetphotos watermarks are strictly not allowed. Your watermark in the bottom right corner will have to be removed if you want this photo to be accepted (among the things mentioned) above.


      If you have a sunny day shot, that is saved at max quality and meets all the points mentioned above, drop it in the queue and you will likely find yourself with a photo(s) in the database.
      Cheers,
      Tim
      Nothing to add! Such posts from our Forum Members are very welcomed, Thank you!

      Wish you both a good day.
      Best Regards from Germany,
      Julian S.​

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