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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bgkicks49 View Post

    Is #2 fixable? Which areas are soft/blurry and I'm guessing it needs CW rotation?
    If you have a non-blurry version, yes, fixable. Buildings are leaning right, needs CCW rotation.

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  • bgkicks49
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    1. contrast, blurry. not fixable
    2. blurry, horizon
    Is #2 fixable? Which areas are soft/blurry and I'm guessing it needs CW rotation?

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bgkicks49 View Post
    Looking for feedback: I know there are some borderline and questionable things that might be with these photos. Need a second opinion please and thank you

    If you see any other issues please let me know, thank you!
    1. contrast, blurry. not fixable
    2. blurry, horizon

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  • bgkicks49
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    Looking for feedback: I know there are some borderline and questionable things that might be with these photos. Need a second opinion please and thank you

    1) any issues with any grain that would make it unusable, contrast issues (it looks borderline to me), any soft or blurry areas?

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    2) exposure/grain issues, horizon, and contrast issues

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    If you see any other issues please let me know, thank you!

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bgkicks49 View Post
    Looking for feedback on this photo. I worry that there might be some softness in the photo while applying my usual sharpness settings. Please do let me know if there are any other issues with the photo. Thank you.

    Also if you are able to provide feedback on the operator, this aircraft is operated by CHRISTIANSEN AVIATION, but there are Tulsa Community College markings, not sure which one to go with for operator
    Yes, probably too soft. Should be uploaded with the operator as the airline.

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  • bgkicks49
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    Looking for feedback on this photo. I worry that there might be some softness in the photo while applying my usual sharpness settings. Please do let me know if there are any other issues with the photo. Thank you.

    Also if you are able to provide feedback on the operator, this aircraft is operated by CHRISTIANSEN AVIATION, but there are Tulsa Community College markings, not sure which one to go with for operator

    Thank you in advance

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bgkicks49 View Post
    Taking advice and guidance from the both of you (thank you for that by the way) I have come up with this edit. I realize that the underside of the aircraft was not well lit and the upper fuselage blended into the overcast background. I went back and did a re-edit so that I was not working with what I had before and this is what I came up with earlier. I will take this as my last chance/last advice for this photo. Please let me know what you think.
    As before, borderline (at best) for contrast.

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  • bgkicks49
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    Taking advice and guidance from the both of you (thank you for that by the way) I have come up with this edit. I realize that the underside of the aircraft was not well lit and the upper fuselage blended into the overcast background. I went back and did a re-edit so that I was not working with what I had before and this is what I came up with earlier. I will take this as my last chance/last advice for this photo. Please let me know what you think.

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  • pdeboer
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    Originally posted by bgkicks49 View Post

    Tried not to overdo it, but added some contrast to the photo in terms of adding highlights and decreasing shadows. Please let me know your thoughts. Thanks
    Contrast is still an issue. The problem is that the part of the a/c we look at is not well lit and (part of it) blends into the background.

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  • bgkicks49
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    With the right edit, I see it as possibly having a chance.
    Tried not to overdo it, but added some contrast to the photo in terms of adding highlights and decreasing shadows. Please let me know your thoughts. Thanks

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bgkicks49 View Post

    For photo #1 would it be safe to say that it would not be worth another photo or do you think that there is the off 'borderline' chance that this photo could become acceptable? In your professional opinion
    With the right edit, I see it as possibly having a chance.

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  • bgkicks49
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    Originally posted by dlowwa View Post

    1. yes, contrast is an issue.
    2. horizon seems to be ok as best as I can tell
    For photo #1 would it be safe to say that it would not be worth another photo or do you think that there is the off 'borderline' chance that this photo could become acceptable? In your professional opinion

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bgkicks49 View Post
    Looking for feedback on these two photos.

    1) Obviously will contrast be an issue for this photo? If you see anything else please let me know, but I believe exposure, white balance/color, and processing are all adequate and acceptable

    2) Main issue I am worried about is horizon. I believe that using the building verticals is what's key since I cannot rely the electrical poles

    If you see anything else that might cause a rejection, I would appreciate it if you brought it to my attention. Thank you very much in advance.
    1. yes, contrast is an issue.
    2. horizon seems to be ok as best as I can tell

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  • bgkicks49
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    Looking for feedback on these two photos.

    1) Obviously will contrast be an issue for this photo? If you see anything else please let me know, but I believe exposure, white balance/color, and processing are all adequate and acceptable

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    2) Main issue I am worried about is horizon. I believe that using the building verticals is what's key since I cannot rely the electrical poles

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    If you see anything else that might cause a rejection, I would appreciate it if you brought it to my attention. Thank you very much in advance.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by bgkicks49 View Post
    Hello,

    I recently got this rejection for Bad Info for not putting 'Elite Aviation' as the operator. Well 'Elite Aviation' exists in 'Airline' operator not 'General Aviation' so I opted to use 'Private' since the 'Elite Aviation' in the database has only airliners and business jets associated with it and this 'Elite Aviation' only employs the use of general aviation aircraft. Would like some insight on how to approach this since it would not allow me to add Elite Aviation into the General Aviation operator category. Thanks in advance

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=9422483
    This is the photo editing forum. You might want to post your question somewhere the editors can see it.

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