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  • Alex - Spot-This !
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    No clear dust visible, I believe this one should be totally ok.

    Regards
    Alex

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  • gerardbelvis
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    Hi! May I ask if dust spots are still visible in the photo, especially in the mountain in the background? And if so, is it still acceptable to do my usual dust healing tools on lightroom? Any feedback will be appreciated. Thanks!
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by gerardbelvis View Post
    Hi! I would like to ask if the following photo below would be rejected for 'similar'? I have a photo on the database with the same registration as the photo below. The link: https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9527074. Any feedback will be appreciated. Thanks!
    Not really similar, especially if there is a fair amount of time between the images (months or years).

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  • gerardbelvis
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    Hi! I would like to ask if the following photo below would be rejected for 'similar'? I have a photo on the database with the same registration as the photo below. The link: https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9527074. Any feedback will be appreciated. Thanks!
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by gerardbelvis View Post
    Good morning! I would like to ask for this rejection (link: ). Is the contrast in the photo too weak (and has little to no chance) or too harsh (because of its silver paint)? Any advice will be appreciated. Thank you!
    I'd say more a case of underexposed than bad contrast. Quality lacks detail overall (soft) at 1920pix, but at 1280 should be acceptable.

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  • gerardbelvis
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    Good morning! I would like to ask for this rejection (link: https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9306387). Is the contrast in the photo too weak (and has little to no chance) or too harsh (because of its silver paint)? Any advice will be appreciated. Thank you!

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by gerardbelvis View Post
    Hi! This photo was recently rejected for 'overprocessing/bad processing'. Link: https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9124200

    It's unlikely for me to appeal this decision, and I'll upload an improved version of the photo. Rather, I would like to ask for advice for me to avoid this kind of situation in my photos in the near future. Was it the dust removal that made it overprocessed? And how can I improve that photo further on other areas, mainly in exposure and contrast? Any advice will be appreciated. Thank you!
    Dust removal above the tail was done poorly. It shouldn't be super obvious where you have removed the dust.

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  • gerardbelvis
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    Hi! This photo was recently rejected for 'overprocessing/bad processing'. Link: https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9124200

    It's unlikely for me to appeal this decision, and I'll upload an improved version of the photo. Rather, I would like to ask for advice for me to avoid this kind of situation in my photos in the near future. Was it the dust removal that made it overprocessed? And how can I improve that photo further on other areas, mainly in exposure and contrast? Any advice will be appreciated. Thank you!

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by gerardbelvis View Post
    Hello! May I ask if these photos would be rejected for obstruction (or maybe borderline)? The long grass (thanks to torrential rains here lately) seems to be messing up my photos... And may I ask for advice on these situations? Thanks! (Note: I'm inserting 2 pictures of the same aircraft but with the same situation. I just want some advice just in case I would encounter this kind of thing in the future.)
    If it's unavoidable, it shouldn't really be an issue, but several of those look like if you had waited a few seconds you could have got a less obstructed shot.

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  • gerardbelvis
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    Hello! May I ask if these photos would be rejected for obstruction (or maybe borderline)? The long grass (thanks to torrential rains here lately) seems to be messing up my photos... And may I ask for advice on these situations? Thanks! (Note: I'm inserting 2 pictures of the same aircraft but with the same situation. I just want some advice just in case I would encounter this kind of thing in the future.)
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by gerardbelvis View Post
    Hello! May I ask if this photo has issues mainly with heat haze, horizon, exposure, etc? Any advice will be appreciated. Thank you and Happy holidays!
    Don't see an issue with heat haze or exposure; the horizon is a bit difficult to tell but I would probably be ok with it.

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  • gerardbelvis
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    Hello! May I ask if this photo has issues mainly with heat haze, horizon, exposure, etc? Any advice will be appreciated. Thank you and Happy holidays!
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by gerardbelvis View Post
    Hello! May I ask the following questions:
    1. Does the photo of the B350 have some heat distortion?
    2. For the photo of Pan Pacific A320, is this photo acceptable for Jetphotos? (given that I compose the photo with the A21N in the background)
    3. Does the photo of the Bell 412 have acceptable sharpness, exposure, contrast, etc?

    Any advice would be appreciated. Thank You!
    1-2. heat haze/oversharpened/harsh contrast
    3. borderline overexposed

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  • gerardbelvis
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    Hello! May I ask the following questions:
    1. Does the photo of the B350 have some heat distortion?
    2. For the photo of Pan Pacific A320, is this photo acceptable for Jetphotos? (given that I compose the photo with the A21N in the background)
    3. Does the photo of the Bell 412 have acceptable sharpness, exposure, contrast, etc?

    Any advice would be appreciated. Thank You!
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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by gerardbelvis View Post
    Good evening! May I ask if the photo of the 77w has enough sharpness or is it still soft that I need to bump up the sharpness further? Any feedback would be appreciated. Thank you!
    Sharpness looks acceptable to me.

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