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  • zephyrmk4
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    Afternoon everyone, quick question; would the following image be rejected for being similar to the one below it? Click image for larger version

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    Thought I'd check considering the two different backgrounds.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by zephyrmk4
    Thanks for the reply, would the dirt on the window lead to a rejection in this case?
    It would for me, but couldn't be certain about other screeners.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by zephyrmk4 View Post
    Appreciate the feedback on the last one.Click image for larger version

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    In the past, I've had some troubles with uploading wing view shots. However, looking back at them now I can see the problems quite clearly, I'm feeling more confident about this one however I'm unsure on a few spots. Would the window frame on the right be acceptable? Along with that, any other points would be much appreciated!

    Cheers
    Window frame is ok; horizon is a bit off. This kind of framing is subjective, but I don't see anything that immediately disqualifies it. The only issue for me is the dirt/reflection on the window.

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  • zephyrmk4
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    Appreciate the feedback on the last one.Click image for larger version

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    In the past, I've had some troubles with uploading wing view shots. However, looking back at them now I can see the problems quite clearly, I'm feeling more confident about this one however I'm unsure on a few spots. Would the window frame on the right be acceptable? Along with that, any other points would be much appreciated!

    Cheers

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by zephyrmk4 View Post
    Evening everyone,

    would someone mind giving me some feedback on this photo what ever it may be. Im yet to upload a photo to screening that is of this angle.Click image for larger version

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    Some light editing halos are visible, but other than that, it should be acceptable.

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  • zephyrmk4
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    Evening everyone,

    would someone mind giving me some feedback on this photo what ever it may be. Im yet to upload a photo to screening that is of this angle.Click image for larger version

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by zephyrmk4 View Post
    In the photo attached, would it get rejected for obstruction due to the reflective poles?
    Yes.

    Also, when you get a chance, please read here (in particular, #4)

    https://forums.jetphotos.com/showthr...ning-from-crew

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  • FlyBoyOne
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    Kia Ora, The 2 small yellow poles are just in the way!

    n.b they will have to limit you uploads at some point mate!

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  • zephyrmk4
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    Obstruction Rejection?

    In the photo attached, would it get rejected for obstruction due to the reflective poles?

    Cheers
    Attached Files

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  • zephyrmk4
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    Sorry, Thanks!

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  • gxaid
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    Originally posted by zephyrmk4 View Post
    Geez Bugger me, I looked at the dust spot checker multiple times but didn't even notice that it's so obvious too, I must be blind!
    Sorry, but any explanation on the Sharpness?
    Come on... the dust post indicated is huge!

    And if you ask me, the two Air New Zealand photos additionaly suffer from an overprocessing halo around the mid-fuselage & tail painted black.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by zephyrmk4 View Post
    Sorry, but any explanation on the Sharpness?
    Images are a touch soft, but shouldn't need much work to address the issue.

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  • zephyrmk4
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    Geez Bugger me, I looked at the dust spot checker multiple times but didn't even notice that it's so obvious too, I must be blind!
    Sorry, but any explanation on the Sharpness?

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  • Sentinel
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    If you equalise all of your rejected photos, you will see the dust spots in the photos.

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  • dlowwa
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    Originally posted by zephyrmk4 View Post
    Hello everyone, I recently had these photos rejected for Un-sharpened (Soft) and some with Dirty Scan/CMOS Dust spots.

    I dont really understand why they were rejected as the sharpness and range is basically the same as my other photos in the DB, and for the Dirty Scan, that makes no sense as there are no dust spots that I can spot in the photos, the screeners may have been confused with the smoke and clouds in the background but I'd appreciate and explenation for both.

    other than that cheers!

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7563218

    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7563165
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7563159
    https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7563146
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    Odd that the 'smoke and clouds' all have the same circular shape and appear in the same spot in the frame, don't you think?

    Better that you check your rejections a little more carefully. There is even a check for dust tool on each of the rejected image's pages.

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